#2
asking people what they think and then saying no negative comments is counter productive. if you dont want constructive criticism, or cant handle any criticism, then it might not be a good idea to post.

i thought the guitar tone was ok, but really muffled. got kinda muddy since it was sounding muffled. the tone sounded better low on the neck, where it sounded decent.

didnt listen to all of it, but your playing was fine in the slower parts. some interesting riffs and it was played cleanly. stayed in time and stuff.

then you hit the faster sections. sounded like you lost track of the timing and struggled to find it again. playing wasnt as clean, but it wasnt horribly sloppy. you seemed to have trouble higher on the neck, but were better in lower registers.

overall, it sounded ok. i would suggest working on your playing when you move up the neck. the correct speed when playing faster is another thing to work on.
#3
Yeah, i recorded with a crappy interface and we had to record the drums and guitar seperately so it was kinda hard. And by no negative comments i meant comments that couldnt help me or stated that i suck or something
#4
kinda reminds me of the black keys. and you're pretty good for having only played 6-8 months. yeah the quality wasn't that great, but you seem to know that. I would work on playing farther up the neck like the other guy said. Maybe jam to some backing tracks or something.
overall i liked it though, good job
#5
Just work on your technique.

Work on in-tune bends, your vibrato, and learn how to properly phrase solos.

Either way, decent job.
#7
Thanks guys, i was going to record bass but when i play a bass through my friends interface it sounds HORRIBLE
#8
Not bad at all considering you haven't even been playing for a year. You definitely need to invest in a metronome though. It'll increase your skill exponentially.

Check this out?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMMoh1L5IcQ

You, good sir, have not gone over to your friends house after a hard night of drinking to find 2 dudes passed out in the same room both holding their own flaccid cocks in hand, passed out, with porn on the tv.
#10
Yeah, that's me. I did program the drums though.

You, good sir, have not gone over to your friends house after a hard night of drinking to find 2 dudes passed out in the same room both holding their own flaccid cocks in hand, passed out, with porn on the tv.
#11
Quote by RisingForce1990
Yeah, that's me. I did program the drums though.


It sounds really professional
#12
I'd agree with the other reviewers here. You need to work on technique and timing especially. You have a lot of potential though. When I was playing for 6 months I could hardly play Gone Away by The Offspring so you're already much better than me at this stage. If you practice with a metronome, your skill will greatly increase.

C4C?

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1334534
#13
Quote by integralbirth
I'd agree with the other reviewers here. You need to work on technique and timing especially. You have a lot of potential though. When I was playing for 6 months I could hardly play Gone Away by The Offspring so you're already much better than me at this stage. If you practice with a metronome, your skill will greatly increase.

C4C?

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1334534


Im buying technique books and stuff, im already getting better. Im gonna start working with my metronome more