#3
Epic..... I have nothing else to say really.
One day met a and he was all like because he had
never met a before. I told about the powers that this
possessed and he proceeded to it for its magical meat.
Then died. The End.
#4
That's certainly a whole lot of notes, lol!
I gotta admit that I never got into guitar to learn to play stuff like this, but I'm always incredibly jealous when I hear it Your talent is among the tops I've heard on UG, so thanks for sharing. Usually I critique the hell out of a song, whether it's good or bad, but I'm no good at critiquing shred like this. Well........your lead tone sounded superb with the rythem leaving a little bit to be desired in the tone department. The drums were pretty straight forward but that works for a song like this. Structure was also quite good as a whole, for shred that is. Anyways, good job Padre and keep up the good work.

Here's mine

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1341315

It's heavy metal, so I hope you enjoy
#6
Quote by bdof
That's certainly a whole lot of notes, lol!
I gotta admit that I never got into guitar to learn to play stuff like this, but I'm always incredibly jealous when I hear it Your talent is among the tops I've heard on UG, so thanks for sharing. Usually I critique the hell out of a song, whether it's good or bad, but I'm no good at critiquing shred like this. Well........your lead tone sounded superb with the rythem leaving a little bit to be desired in the tone department. The drums were pretty straight forward but that works for a song like this. Structure was also quite good as a whole, for shred that is. Anyways, good job Padre and keep up the good work.

Here's mine

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1341315

It's heavy metal, so I hope you enjoy

some really good rifs man..keep making your thing
#9
**** man. You must have put a lot of work and effort in to you playin to play like that. Awsome shit man, amazingly clean playin, and actully in compare to other neoclassical songs, i really enjoyed this.
#10
Very good lead tone for this kind of playing, not really sold on your rhythm tone though. Cleanly played throughout and the structure of the melody lines reminds me of a cross between Tony McAlpine and Jason Becker.

The weak part for me is the drums, especially the crashes but also the snare, which don't really fit the mix.
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#11
This has an awesome feel to it, it's like a cross between Michael Romeo's solo record and some Yngwie thrown in there! Diggin it man, excellent playing!
#12
Man, this is the exact thing I aim for in my instrumental pieces, but it always turns out wrong. You did this really well, it shows inspiration from a couple of different guitarists, most notably Yngwie Malmsteen. (sp?) I really liked the feel of it, and the piece in itself.

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Anyways, I'd really like it if you took a look at my music, I'm sure you could give me some good critiquing.

*cLiCkY*

#13
Good job bro you got some amzing phrasing going on
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#15
I'm not a fan of much shreddy stuff, but I absolutely loved the harmonies.
I'll play it and tell you what it is later.
-Miles Davis