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pbellora

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Hello!
I just posted another video of me playing one of the absolutely gorgeous arrangements that are so kindly shared in the amazing forum. I truly appreciate all the work that is put in sharing all these wonderful PDFs!



I hope you like it, and thanks for watching!

PaulV

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Hi Pedro,
Thank you for sharing this video.  It's great to have more of Ted's written solos brought to life like this.
I have one comment, if you don't mind:  your performance is executed wonderfully - precisely and accurately.  The style you have chosen is that of a more "bouncy, punchy" staccato approach to the piece.
One thing that has always attracted me to Ted's playing is that he really makes every chord sustain, ring, and sing. I think it is one of the keys to his beautiful sound.
I found myself wanting to hear the chords on your lush, low-tuned guitar sustain and sing more...really let all the voices be heard.  
But that's just my opinion.  The staccato version works well too.
Thanks again, and keep them coming! 

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pbellora

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Paul,
thanks a lot for your message!!

I agree with what you say and it's completely true that these arrangements work best with each chord ringing and singing. I wanted to make this video different from the others, having more of a "driving" rhytmic feel, but what you say is completely true and I truly appreciate your feedback! I'll have it in mind for the next videos!

As always, it's a pleasure to be a part of this forum.
Thanks!

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