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Dude, that was insane! By far the best cover I've seen for that song. It's obviously not an easy thing to play, but you nailed it!

If you were to ask me, I'd say that is the most difficult part of the whole song, and it's clear that you have that part under control, so have you considered trying to do the rest of the song? That would be awesome if you could manage that!

Also, just a suggestion, but have you ever heard of a backing track? If so, perhaps you could consider getting the track (and there is one available!) and using it so that way we can hear your cover in all of its glory, rather than your guitar dubbed over Herman and Sams. Just a thought!

But overall, this is really great. Keep it up man!
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#3
Quote by peepster1005
Dude, that was insane! By far the best cover I've seen for that song. It's obviously not an easy thing to play, but you nailed it!

If you were to ask me, I'd say that is the most difficult part of the whole song, and it's clear that you have that part under control, so have you considered trying to do the rest of the song? That would be awesome if you could manage that!

Also, just a suggestion, but have you ever heard of a backing track? If so, perhaps you could consider getting the track (and there is one available!) and using it so that way we can hear your cover in all of its glory, rather than your guitar dubbed over Herman and Sams. Just a thought!

But overall, this is really great. Keep it up man!

Thanks man! Really appreciate it. Yeah, I've heard of backing tracks, but I usually don't use them because I usually don't like them. I just figure if I turn the song down enough so my guitar is clearly audible, it's fine.

And yeah, I'm definitely gonna do a cover of the full song once I can play it cleanly at the original speed. That's still a bit too fast for me at the moment.