#1
dont know if this is in the right forum but it doesnt seem to fit anywhere

im in a band but i might be leaving it. i still want to play in my high school talent show this year though and if i do it without a band i plan on playing Cliffs of Dover by Eric Johnson. I dont know if this is a good decision though because im not sure if the kids in my school would enjoy hearing a rock instrumental. I went to the show last year and they loved when the guitarist in a band played a nice solo but this is different because theres no words. Anyway im asking you guys if you think it would be a good idea to play this song and what you think other people would think of it (if i played it good). thanks
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#2
if you played it well.
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#3
its a good song and as long as you put on a good show people should love it. good luck if you do.

P.S. Did you name your sig Charlene? lol
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#4
Quote by ProphetToJables
if you played it well.

yeah i can play it well pretty much perfectly minus a few of the shred sections but im working on them all the time and i will have them by next year obviously
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard
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Digitech Hardwire DL-8 Delay/Looper
Boss BD-2 Blues Driver
Fender CD220CE Acoustic
#6
Quote by Evan792
its a good song and as long as you put on a good show people should love it. good luck if you do.

P.S. Did you name your sig Charlene? lol





first lul stack for me ever congratulations

and yes i did name it that cause its the only pussy im gonna get
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard
B-52 LS100 Half Stack
Dunlop SW30 Slash Signature Wah
Digitech Hardwire CR-7 Stereo Chorus
Digitech Hardwire DL-8 Delay/Looper
Boss BD-2 Blues Driver
Fender CD220CE Acoustic
#7
well im glad i could make you laugh
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Eleca Les Paul
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60's model Univox Electric 12-String
Dunlop Crybaby Classic
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Dean Markley K-50 Amp
#10
Quote by DKMfreak410
yeah i can play it well pretty much perfectly minus a few of the shred sections but im working on them all the time and i will have them by next year obviously


Hey I don't want to go off subject but channeling all your practice time to one song takes away from practicing things to get better at. I say this to people I teach all the time. I think you should make an original song and play that.. If you have the talent it will show either way.

Great song BTW and I'm sure you will do just fine.
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#11
I would do it as long as you can play it at least almost perfectly by the time of that talent show. I'm sure people would love it, that song is a lot more popular now because of Guitar Hero. Even the people who have been living under a rock that haven't played Guitar Hero 3 would most likely enjoy it, as long as you do it good.
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