hey lad that was mint, i only watched about 1 min and a half. I wish people would have more self confidence in there playing. Im nowhere near as good as that, but i can improvise pretty decently and im modest but i act over arrogant, and people like it haha. so message here, be more confident but dont act like a dick

EDIT: sorry for the rant, bad mood.
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Ah very good point. Charlie__flynn, you've out smarted me


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damn... i wish was as good. i got a while to go, but i'm trying to get more self-confidence about playing faster solos. i just have pretty decently fast riffs.
That was pretty smooth man wasn't that sloopy at all, only thing is, the crackling in the video, your camera?
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Just not my style, but it was good.

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pretty good, I'm not too familiar with metal but i would say try not to repeat SO much. Like you would repeat a phrase or idea for 15 seconds then you would switch to something else for 15 seconds and that went on until I stopped listening lol. To me it felt like, "Here are my scale runs, okay now here is my chords/rhythm playing, okay now this is my slowly descending hammer-on, pull-off section." It was cool for awhile but it bored me after it went on for too long. Maybe try to string some different things together in a more sporadic way? Just an idea
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