#2
Very melodic. Work on vibrato and you'll have a huge difference in how the song will sound Keep rocking \m/
#3
yeh ive been told i need to work on vibrato =/
thanks for the comment!
#4
Great playing, man. Really solid lead work for sure. I'm not quite sure how I feel about the backing track though. It could have been a little more present in the mix. Other than that, no complaints here. You are a great lead player. I'd love to hear more from you.

Crit my latest work?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1451275
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#5
That was pretty cool! I don't really like your guitar tone though, and the backing track was too quiet, but other than that it was good, nice and melodic : )
#6
thanks all! maybe i frogot to turn up the backing track because when i record it i turn the volume down so i can hear my guitar =)
#7
Solid playing bro! nice pinch harmonic @ 1:01 . However; you should try doing a direct recording, to give that backing track more presence. Nice use of double stops too! However; kind of need more breathing on your notes, they seem fast and muffled. Remember its not about speed, it about complementing the song and working with it!

Check out my track at: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1451665
Last edited by JoxTraex at Jun 15, 2011,