#2
The playing is almost spot on, you just need to clean up the solo a bit and stop hesistating.
My suggestion is to calm down with the effects, a simple clean sound with a little chorus for most of the song.

Other than that it's good!
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#3
Quote by Doodleface
The playing is almost spot on, you just need to clean up the solo a bit and stop hesistating.
My suggestion is to calm down with the effects, a simple clean sound with a little chorus for most of the song.

Other than that it's good!


What he said. Nice job though! Maybe you should try singing it as well.
#4
Thanks; I hate the solo myself, because I wanted to try and match the original, but the 7/4 timing throws me off even with the TAB infront of me.
I wasn't quite going for the original tone, which is why there's tremolo and flanger (going for The Incident's tone).
I wish I could sing it too, but I have no mic.
#5
Yeah without the vocals there is a dimension lost. But I would suggest maybe introducing some lead parts over the top? You know, some volume swells and whatnot.

That being said. It sounds great mate. I thought the tone was actually really smooth, even with the heavy addition of the phaser. And the solo was good for sure, you did a fairly nice job of imitating the track as it sounds and yeah, the blend of the lead tone with the clean rhythm is a very nice fit! So I think you did really well on this one.

Good work here.

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https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=22029221#post22029221
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