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Trying to make progress with vibrato.  I'm glad that my hand was finally able to move with the tempo in these workouts.
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Posted: December 1, 2019
Last Comment: December 10, 2019

Timothy Smith
Posted: December 10, 2019
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Coming along well. Reminds me that I need to be immersing myself in more vibrato training. I'm not there yet either. If you keep at it you will eventually be pretty good at it. 

There are numerous other videos out there on vibrato. I think it's one of those things that  might possibly need an individual approach. Not all explanations sink in for everyone. No fault of the teacher. We just understand in different ways.I had some kind of an understanding block on it until recently. Now that I have the concept down, I need to work on it. 
I watched this video last night. I have conversed with this guy on another forum. He's a swell guy who can really play. Even though English is not his main language, I understood well his way of telling it.

Posted: December 9, 2019
Thank you for the feedback, Unni.

I'm doing vibrato workouts a little bit everyday and am seeing progress little by little.  I'm  currently working on being able to move my wrist at the fast speed of 6 motions of the wrist at a time.  Anyone else doing these workouts and how far along are you?

Posted: December 1, 2019
Melodia, your hand and arm are looking very strong, and the result is control! Great job!