#1
I kinda recorded it on the spot. I just downloaded the backing track, listened to like the first 12 seconds, then just recorded over it. No do-overs, no practices, this is my first try over this track. In a way, it's kind of a combination of blues and a little shred. NO SWEEP PICKING. I didn't wanna risk messing it up, then having to start the whole thing over, just cuz of one part, lol. Tell me what you think, and what I can do to improve my playing. The song is in my profile. Thanks!
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#2
nice, dont be afraid to use rests, silence is a very powerful musical tool
#4
Ahhh, I guess it makes sense to give the listener a little breathing time, and some time to process what they heard. I guess they weren't lying with the expression "less is more".
1950s Reissue Fender Stratocaster
Epiphone Gold Top Les Paul
Fender Hot Rod Deville
Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff
Electro-Harmonix Big Muff
Ibanez TS-9
Boss BF-3
Boss DD-6
Wylde Signature Cry Baby
DigiTech Whammy 4