#3
Very good, although I think the solo was good, you should take the best parts from it, shorten it and do more vocals. When singing you need to be careful you don't do that higher pitch breathy thing you do too much because you have a solid voice.
Overall it's looking good, shall look out for the finished article.

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#4
I really liked it. I liked the melody and the lyrics. I think you should definitely have it as more of a vocal song with more versus and choruses!
The guitar solo was decent and it fit the mood of the song really well. I think a solo would make a great outro if it was to become a more vocal song!

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#6
Thanks for the comments guys, I'll get to yours today!
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-Fender American 1962 Stratocaster Reissue
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#8
The vocal is good but a little too bright. It's not your voice but the mic. Don't know what you are using but I can tell you a ribbon mic would really make a huge difference on your vocal. That of course assumes you have a whole lot of money. MXL RF144 is $99. Guitar work is quite good. I'm sure you know percussion would help fill it out. This is really good and with a little tweaking could be outstanding.

Would you take a listen to The Dance?

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1609172
#9
Thanks for all the comments guys, I think I got back to all of yours as well. I made another song I'll post up in a second.
My Gear:
-Fender American 1962 Stratocaster Reissue
-1984 Marshall JCM 800 2204
-Ibanez Wh-10 Original
-Boss DS-2 Distortion
-Boss CE-5 Chorus