#3
Hey Chris, it helps to leave crits elsewhere and ask people to return the favor

I gave it a shot, and I think that the guitar was pretty good. It was a bit odd to figure out when you were moving from one song to the next... and I'm not a fan of every rose has its thorns... but decent job my friend! The vocals really weren't for me, and you struggled to hit the notes correctly with a decent frequency. I'm not sure how wide your range of notes is, but you should try putting a capo or mastering the pitch a bit better to make sure it sounds right. I don't like being too hard on people, but I think that most of your notes were just a tad off from where they needed to be vocally... you can probably hit it correctly if you keep practicing, so keep up the good work!

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