#1
Hey all

Im a new guitarist and have been playing for a few months (3-5).

I found a awesome free recording program that sounds pretty good and used the mic from my computer to record my cube (i know lol)
This is a rough copy of a song i want to write. I want to add bass and drums to it also.

Thanks for looking!

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Edit: forgot to link it lol http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-8rwDcnKpo
Gear.
Fender standard stratocaster MIM stock(looking for new pickups please suggest!)
Roland cube 60 (the only solid state amp i love)
#2
Pretty good playing for only a few months, man. =
Anyways, there's nothing really memorable about it. No melodies or anything like that.
The lead section near the end was a cool idea, but your playing skills aren't quite there yet. Keep working at it though
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#3
yah. I know next time im going to use a metronome next time it to clean it up that way. Do you think if i cleaned it up and maybe added a real lead of it, it would be better?
Gear.
Fender standard stratocaster MIM stock(looking for new pickups please suggest!)
Roland cube 60 (the only solid state amp i love)
#5
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You should improve your timing, use a metronome when practicing.
Keep it up!
edit:
got beaten to it by ts himself



i found a built in metronome in the thing were i can take it out at the end.
Im going to have that riff in the beggining in the chorus maybe. I rewrote the song to make it clear... When i originally recorded this i was just recording me playing around with chords so the new one should have more structure
Gear.
Fender standard stratocaster MIM stock(looking for new pickups please suggest!)
Roland cube 60 (the only solid state amp i love)
#8
its pretty good man, only thing i can think of that needs improving really is the timing, but you've mentioned that allready. also what recording thing did you use?
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#9
i found a recording thing called audacity. I already started recording again and hopefully it will b better timefully. You can find the program online
Gear.
Fender standard stratocaster MIM stock(looking for new pickups please suggest!)
Roland cube 60 (the only solid state amp i love)