#1
This is a song i'm working at.
I need some critics to tell me if i'm going in a good direction.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6CJmHSztfk

I was thinking of keeping the rhythm all the way through the song.
Kinda like some songs from Buckethead's Electric Tears album.
At 0:17 a bass comes in. Should i keep it and let it continue with the rythm?

I like the tone of the lead. Any thoughts on that?

The melody at 1:07 will be the chorus.
I was thinking of changing the lead 'voice' at the next chorus.
Maybe a softer tone, with wah? And letting the first lead add some stuff in the background.

And i was also thinking of letting a drum come in at the next chorus or something.
Please share your opinion .
#2
It's not bad dude. I like it.
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#4
Reminds me of Fade to black by metallica.
Just the key of the rhythm and lead perhaps.
Bass is good coming in I'd say.
Lead tone is great, I thought, maybe you could make it sound like something else but thought It might be better to keep it itself.
On playing the Paul Gilbert signature at the guitar store extensively, my missus sighed:
"Put it down now, It's like you love that guitar more than me!"
In Which I replied.
"Well it has got two F-Holes!"
#5
Quote by Nameless742
Reminds me of Fade to black by metallica.
Just the key of the rhythm and lead perhaps.
Bass is good coming in I'd say.
Lead tone is great, I thought, maybe you could make it sound like something else but thought It might be better to keep it itself.

awesome thanks!

I will probably add another tone when the next chorus is there.
Thanks for your input
#6
cool, reminds me of something you'd hear off of the Silent Hill 2 soundtrack
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#8
Quote by Zeletros
The bass and acoustic guitars... they're made program-made, right?

the acoustic is programed with gp ^^.
But i like the sound.

The bass was my OLP guitar.
I used my digitech rp250 to play the bassline.
Is it bad?