#1
the boys and I are back at it again! If you like this one, check out our other stuff too. I'm the guitarist in white. critique whatever you can find!

here it is
meh
#2
U seem to be very ensuthiastic while playing
Good playing and good vocaling too (Y)
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-Jackson DK2M [Black]
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#3
Pretty good job
Yes, you seem so enthusiastic while playing, keep it up!
#4
I also really enjoyed listening to the cover, as the guys above noticed you put a lot of heart into playing and I wish you and your band a lot luck in the future Congratulations once more
#6
pretty solid stuff. not really my style but good to see someone visibly excited about playing music.
#7
Good work, indeed the mixing work is a lot better ! Nice vocals too, really enjoyed your voice Good guitar playing as well :p
#8
at about 1:15, the guitars are out of time/sync. I can not believe (still) that voice comes out of him. The mix is even for the most part. Can you back the camera out a bit so we can get a better shot of both guitars. Was there a reason for the fade out and come back ? (is that part of the original song? Your solo is very nice.

That shit eating grin on the singers face is pretty epic at the end. Its pretty good. You guys need some more band mates. Ya got a good way of doing country covers.

Can i get a crit on my Alabama shakes - hold on thread? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=31546203#post31546203

Thanks for checking out fishing in the dark!
#9
our singer's voice cracked in our original cut, and that pause was long enough so that we didn't have to scrap 3 minutes of the original cut. we decided just to rerecord the last minute or so with that fade in.
meh
#10
Quote by get ta led out!
our singer's voice cracked in our original cut, and that pause was long enough so that we didn't have to scrap 3 minutes of the original cut. we decided just to rerecord the last minute or so with that fade in.



Gotcha!

maybe next time make the transition a bit smoother. one classic trick i like is to make it go out of focus and then back in quickly enough to cover the change between shots. also if you have to re-record for something like that, maybe just do a close up of him singing with you guys still playing in the back ground... then add in what you can. just my 2 cents.

Still good.