#2
I've never heard the original. I'll give you:

10 for smooth playing
7 for difficulty of the piece
92834592348 for sharing it with the rest of us
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#3
wow thanks

good feedback sure makes my day haha
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#4
You did a pretty good job playing, not too bad on the singing. Radiohead is kinda hard to sing, mainly because it's so high, so you've got my respect on that. Nice playing all in all, vocals were pretty fair.

Plus, that's a pretty cool song (I myself like the songs "High and Dry" and "Fake Plastic Trees" better, but it's still a good one). I'm not sure if stuff like this is supposed to be in this forum like this or not, but oh well, I don't care.

Also, what kind of guitar is that you've got? The binding on it is really nice.
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#5
the guitar is a davidson, i bought it from a small shop for 175$, and i bought it because it had the different inlays on it and the tiger looking wood haha.

plus ya, radiohead is a bitch to sing, especially fake plastic trees...
just like muse.. they sing like girls
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#6
Excellent cover I really enjoyed it

I'm off to learn it now!

Fancy directing me to the tab you used?

I've rated 5*

Check mine out

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xR171LRvnFY
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#7
also liked it now im gonna learn it. more my singing style.
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#8
Tune your guitar and it'll be quite good.
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#9
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Check mine out


10 for having a guitar god signature in the camera
10 for making it your own with the heavier distortion and great bending
2 for playing the Eagles (kidding)

Thanks for sharing
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#10
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Tune your guitar and it'll be quite good.


my guitar was tuned o.O it's on capo 3 maybe that's why you think that???

even checked it before playing

and thanks for all the great comments!
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#11
Quote by sharpant
Excellent cover I really enjoyed it

I'm off to learn it now!

Fancy directing me to the tab you used?

I've rated 5*

Check mine out

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xR171LRvnFY



i also learned it a while back from their tab booklet.. sowwy

and gl! and nice solo!
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#12
Quote by mattbellamee
my guitar was tuned o.O it's on capo 3 maybe that's why you think that???

even checked it before playing

and thanks for all the great comments!


I have a really good ear for relative pitch. The guitar was not completely in tune to itself.

At the very beginning, the 3rd note that you pick is sharp. Whether it be your guitar or fretting too hard, I can't be sure of. But all I know is that it was a little off.

Did you put the capo right up behind the 3rd fret? If you're using a snap-type capo, it will usually be a little off as well. The snap on type capo(unless it has adjustable tension) tends to press a little too hard, bending the strings sharp.
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#13
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I have a really good ear for relative pitch. The guitar was not completely in tune to itself.

At the very beginning, the 3rd note that you pick is sharp. Whether it be your guitar or fretting too hard, I can't be sure of. But all I know is that it was a little off.

Did you put the capo right up behind the 3rd fret? If you're using a snap-type capo, it will usually be a little off as well. The snap on type capo(unless it has adjustable tension) tends to press a little too hard, bending the strings sharp.



oh.... yep i used the snap on capo

that's why i never see the pro's using them o.O..
thanks for the tip haha
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