#4
Something about your tone and input volumes was a little strange.

It wasn't bad. However it was a little boring. I think you need to change it dynamically. I was given some tips on blues improv and the advice I got was to start out slow and then gradually pick it up.

It was still pretty decent. And chill. Keep playing dude.

Q#m
e|--6--|
B|--5--|
G|--7--|
D|--7--|x2586
A|--5--|
E|-----|


Play until she breaks up with you.

The most brutal band to ever exist is...

You should go like them...even if you don't like them.


-Sloppyjoe24
#5
Quote by G.Krizzel
LoL, at the pic...

nice, very chill, dude.

But feel free to leave a bit more space between your licks, like David Gilmour.

How long have you been playing?


Thanks for the tip! Ill try it

I have been playing for a little less than 2 years now.

Quote by sloppyjoe24
Something about your tone and input volumes was a little strange.

It wasn't bad. However it was a little boring. I think you need to change it dynamically. I was given some tips on blues improv and the advice I got was to start out slow and then gradually pick it up.

It was still pretty decent. And chill. Keep playing dude.


Yeah I recorded the signal from my guitar directly (normally I use Guitar Rig) so the tone is a bit weird indeed. Ill fix that the next recording.

Ive been trying to get out the pentatonic scale a bit (blues notes, notes from chords) to be more dynamic but a lot of the times it just doesn't sound right. Have you got any tips on that?