#3
It's good. But the vocal phrasing makes it sound like a screamo-singer's cover.

And your voice isn't breaking up much, so the emphasis isn't as much as it should be.

Good cover though, very good.
#4
I just learned it tonight, and did it once through.. that one time.

I dont understand your second sentence at all

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#5
Brent Smith's voice breaks up in that song, in the choruses. He's switches from a clean voice to a gravelly sounding voice. You just sorta got louder.

Though, I checked your simple man cover and that was **** hot.
#6
Haha real good man! It's definitely a different style but a good kinda different ya know? Also where are you from? I hear an accent but I can't tell what it is..haha but nice job.
#7
Really good cover, the vocals were defidently different from the original song, but not in a bad way, just done differently. I wasn't sure if I liked it at first, but it quickly grew on me when I started listening to it, itself, instead of compairing it to the original. I've never seen it played on the guitar the way you played it, with a capo and some different chords then I've seen, what tuning did you play it in? Either way, it turned out great. Would you mind taking a look at mine? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1139854
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