#2
sorry man but i cant crit you well on this cause i dont know the original song. and are you playing unplugged?? i dont understand well what are u playing... hope the bump helps u to get some better feedback

peace
#3
im not playing unplugged, im playing with a clean tone, thanks for the reply anyway
#4
Umm... Can't really hear what you're playing. Get a better mic, or at least screw around with your settings.

That being said, props for covering this sick song.
#5
thanks, and can you really not hear my playing? i honestly could hear it fine, but yeah i should've turned the amp up, since the camera was right next to the speaker instead of the amp
#7
are you sure its not just my playing blending into the song in the background, and you mistake my playing for the background? but yeah i should get a mic, thanks anyway
#8
Same here, it wouldn't be fair to crit it when I can't hear much, sorry dude. But yea, get a cheap recorder and it should be fine.

Protip: Whatever you are using to record with, make sure the mic is in a place where it can pick up all the sound sources in a balanced manner.
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#9
cant really hear, having the same problem as the other guys on here, also have never heard this song before, so i cant really crit fairly. i just noticed you can be a bit cleaner
#11
Hi,

Again as others have stated i can,t really hear what you are playing. It,s not that your playing in sync with the track. Cuz i kinda hear what you are playing, but it,s just not loud enough...

sorryy...

I hope others can give you better feedback

Cheers