#2
Don't know if it's just me but I don't think it sounded exactly like the song. Some parts, like the part immediately after the first 3 chords of the song were just off from the original song. Soft solo had a few notes here and there that sounded weird. Also, if it's possible, I really recommend learning the solo for the song and making a new video, it would make the cover so much more complete. One thing I really liked was how instead of playing the soft part before the harmonized solo (soft solo), you built up to it by using your volume knob. That sounded pretty nice to me. Keep working on it though, I'm sure you can get the song perfectly with a little more practice.

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#4
Your playing's clean but your timing was really off in the first half of the video and in the main riff, you're not holding the first slide from G to A for long enough, you're cutting it off a bit short. The spider riff after Kirk's solo and the breakdown sounded a bit like you were getting tired from playing the song, you just need to slow down a bit and work on your speed before tackling a song like this, I remember when I was trying to play Master Of Puppets and I had the same problems you did, all it took was practice, if you don't have much time to practice, just dedicate about 3 minutes a day to playing purely downstrokes at a consistent speed and then apply that to the riffs in the song and you'll have it nailed in no time!

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#5
Quote by XianXiuHong
Your playing's clean but your timing was really off in the first half of the video and in the main riff, you're not holding the first slide from G to A for long enough, you're cutting it off a bit short. The spider riff after Kirk's solo and the breakdown sounded a bit like you were getting tired from playing the song, you just need to slow down a bit and work on your speed before tackling a song like this, I remember when I was trying to play Master Of Puppets and I had the same problems you did, all it took was practice, if you don't have much time to practice, just dedicate about 3 minutes a day to playing purely downstrokes at a consistent speed and then apply that to the riffs in the song and you'll have it nailed in no time!



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#6
Not bad playing at all there but I agree with the timing being off in places. I'm not sure if it's just my speakers but it sounds like your tone is a bit bassy whcih makes it difficult for me to hear the palm muting properly.

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#7
^ I thought his tone had a bit too much treble
But I'm listening through headphones because my family is sleeping, and their bass is crap. So you're probably right. As for accuracy, you did pretty good. The timing definitely needs a little work. A bit more practice and some decent recording gear and you're all set, my man!

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It's a short one.
#8
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^ I thought his tone had a bit too much treble
But I'm listening through headphones because my family is sleeping, and their bass is crap. So you're probably right. As for accuracy, you did pretty good. The timing definitely needs a little work. A bit more practice and some decent recording gear and you're all set, my man!

C4C - http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/domino_92/music/all/play467778
It's a short one.


and that the camera was right next to my amp probably doesnt help too


thanks everyone for the helpful crits

keep them coming =D



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