@juleshere – Beautifully played! Only thing I’d suggest is to work on the transition from the strumming back into fingerpicking. See if you can get it a little faster, so there’s no gap in the timing. And TY for the kind words, much appreciated!
@gmflin8 – well done, Grace! Friendly reminder, don’t forget to tune up before recording. So the one area I’d work on is to not pull down on the C string in the strumming section. We always want the strings to remain parallel, so that the note doesn’t turn sharp. In a previous feedback video this month, I talked about that for another member. So you may want to check that out if you want some extra tips 🙂
@kirpuff – Glad you dig the goodies, Sara! Performance was great! My only suggestion is to throw in a few staccato hits in that first melody section. I think it sounds cool to have a melodic blend of sustain and staccato. Keep up the great work!
@milky1312 – Well done! One thing I’d work on is lightening your right hand attack. A lighter pluck and strum will produce a softer, sweeter tone. Check out this live lesson that Matt taught. He dives deeper into this concept.