#2
Pretty good, although I found his lead playing a bit sloppy and uninspired.
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#3
Same as above, closed it after about 20 seconds of lead playing.
#4
There seems to be a lot of tension in "your friend's" picking hand. That's going to slow him down and possibly cause injury in the long run. He plays what he plays fairly well, although I agree that the lead playing is a bit sloppy. The vibrato needs a lot of work.
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#5
Hes a pretty good rhythm player.

He does need work on his lead, and his tone honestly.

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#6
Yeah he seemed very tense in the rhythm sections.

Get him to slow things down and stay relaxed.
#7
Haha, I just found he and I are probably going to be playing in a prog rock band together.