#2
It's not bad. The Rhythm seems a little distant. This is either due to reverb and chorus, microphone distance, or you didn't double track the rhythm. Other than that, it's pretty good, but I wouldn't say pro quality.

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#3
you can't say anything if you here a god damn YOUTUBE record.
sounds flat and cheap, because of the low sound quality of yt.
can't you upload a pure audio file?
#5
No YouTube file will ever present what the audio actually sounds like. The least you should do is upload it as an mp3 but a proper WAV or FLAC would be better if you're serious.
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#6
I can give you a WAV no problem. I didn't realize youtube sucked up the sound that bad. And I'll double track the rythme. I don't know why I didn't think of that before.
#7
The playing isn't bad but the recording quality isn't exactly pro or anything, you should be able to hear this from a Youtube video as well. I suggest getting a couple of studio monitors and an interface if you don't have one, doing just that will improve your mixing immediately. At least it did for me.

It's in no way bad, it sounds very pleasing even, but the recording quality isn't up to par.

As for the track itself, if the guitar is the only thing you're hearing, especially clean electric parts, then up the treble a bit for that sparkly sound.