#1
Hey guys! check out my youtube channel: youtube.com/user/xcorrupt90 I just recently uploaded Cliffs of Dover so check that out too!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5j80-3vGNM - Cliffs of Dover
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItuJYJ2tjG4 - Canon Rock
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byuRLAO7tWw - Always With me, Always with you
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzyUGhGj8PU - Happy Birthday Rock Version
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=___lncRZqsk - Day that Never comes (Metallica)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueGwNfEYBpw - Im alright

Please Rate and Comment. AND SUBSCRIBE! Thanks!
#2
You are so spoiled dude. And quit whoring yourself on youtube. It's pathetic.
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December 14, 2017
#3
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You are so spoiled dude. And quit whoring yourself on youtube. It's pathetic.


Wow, way to be a total dick

Anyway, it was pretty good for the most part

Constructive crit:
The faster sections of some songs were kinda sloppy and a lot of your playing just doesn't flow, it seems a bit forced and choppy. The notes are just a little off timing-wise, if you know what I mean (kinda hard to explain). It's the sort of thing that passes as you've played longer: learning to improvise will also help with that as you learn to "feel the music"

For instance, in Cliffs of Dover, you need to play with a triplet feel, rather than playing it so straight (you need to swing the eighth notes)

Also, make sure to keep those fingers curled (for the most part that isn't an issue with your playing, but I noticed that the sloppier parts are often where your fingers aren't curled)

But yeah, overall, cool beans
#4
Quote by The Horror!
Wow, way to be a total dick

Anyway, it was pretty good for the most part

Constructive crit:
The faster sections of some songs were kinda sloppy and a lot of your playing just doesn't flow, it seems a bit forced and choppy. The notes are just a little off timing-wise, if you know what I mean (kinda hard to explain). It's the sort of thing that passes as you've played longer: learning to improvise will also help with that as you learn to "feel the music"

For instance, in Cliffs of Dover, you need to play with a triplet feel, rather than playing it so straight (you need to swing the eighth notes)

Also, make sure to keep those fingers curled (for the most part that isn't an issue with your playing, but I noticed that the sloppier parts are often where your fingers aren't curled)

But yeah, overall, cool beans


Thanks for the advice! and yea... i forgot to do the triplet feel. but thanks anyways!