#1
Hey guys well i've been playing for about 8 months now and i made a backing track and a little solo over it. Now let me tell you a couple things before you rate.

1. I could not really stop during the solo, because my amp gives alot of feedback.
2. please to lord ignore the last 3 seconds (after the tremolo picking)

here it is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzcJyRUkAgw

Oh also please just give me a few tips on how i would go about learning how to improvise better, make the solo more "exciting". Or any other comments are appreciated
#5
Quote by Turkeyburger
Instead of just running through scales, try to put some oomph into it.


+1.

Try not to get too stuck into shapes. Also, the best kinds of improv have repeating melodies and riffs. If you find something that sounds great in a certain rhythm, vamp on that, add a little here and there, but don't go beyond the basic structure unless you're trying to establish a different mood. If you really think about your playing more (it takes some time to get to this stage) you can really make some great sounding solos.