#1
I havent written anything in a while so I thought I would try to write something before I go to school. Its kinda a mellow song, I put some soloing in there, but the most interesting thing is that I played it in a Drop C standard tuning, which is as low as Drop A# but in a standard form. I would like to hear some feedback on it.

http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/ethan_hanus/music/all/play689223

C4C like always.
#2
Cool stuff. I like the intro, however I'd suggest using more vibrato to make the notes come to life. Anyways, the riffs throughout the song on the other guitar are pretty cool. And the leads are ok, but not that great. The song gets a little boring after a while though, this is where drums and vocals would help, and just shortening it a bit. The quality wasn't the great, but I think if you turned down the distortion that would help quite a bit. But anyways, good song overall.

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#3
nice man. i like the title. this struck me as a very deep meaningfull song. lots of emotion in the playing. the quality isent that great but thats what happens if you cant afford a studio. i liked the intro allot. i think there should be vocals too. about coming back home. this reminded me of something the black crowes would do. good playing. it gets a little boring with no vocals but if you got them/drums that would take care of that. like i said. there's something i like allot about this. im not sure what it is though. good job. also, its hard to say without lyrics but maybe trim it down a min or so. more of a short and sweet thing. anyways good job man. this put me in a good mood to go to work.

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#4
Thinks guys, yeah it was a bit rough, I wrote it in about 10 minutes and didnt really take my time with it, I'll rewrite it tonight mabey, my leads aint all that great, but it was mainly improv, I'll have to see if I can write them better.
#5
yeah, the name got me thinking too...well i've actually already previewed your stuff before, i was the one who asked if you had tabs...just look on your comments

i think it is worth finishing and i really dig nothin' but the devil as well as stand up!
#6
Thanks man, I have a rewritten version made, its more structured and sounds better, its a tad bit longer, I just get so into the song, but for some reason my mic dosent like my lead tone, I have it under clipping volume, but it still clips, so I guess for now I have to deal with it. But heres the rewritten version.

http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/ethan_hanus/music/all/play690878
#7
There are good ideas, but the tone could be much much more better. You should lay down a backing track ,so it sounds tighter and in time.
#8
Quote by ethan_hanus
Thanks man, I have a rewritten version made, its more structured and sounds better, its a tad bit longer, I just get so into the song, but for some reason my mic dosent like my lead tone, I have it under clipping volume, but it still clips, so I guess for now I have to deal with it. But heres the rewritten version.

http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/ethan_hanus/music/all/play690878


that was very good. i liked it no doubt. the intro was very simple and introduced the song well. some of the harmonies you had going reminded me of the foo fighters. for the length of the song, i felt it was repetitive however. if you want a song that is 6+ minutes in length, try to toss more things into the mix to keep the listener's attention. the ending/outro was definately the best part.