#2
pretty cool, think the riff would sound better with 2 guitar tracks though. one doing the power chord part and letting the last strum ring while the other leady part plays, if that makes sense?
#3
Quote by beatreebor
pretty cool, think the riff would sound better with 2 guitar tracks though. one doing the power chord part and letting the last strum ring while the other leady part plays, if that makes sense?

yup
#4
I think it's cool! Not too sure of the tone, but that can always be fixed - I think you need to go either really clean, or really heavy. This could develop in both ways, but it's up to you which one you go for!
Two guitar tracks also sounds like a plan, as described by 'beatreebor', but that can be included later on

Good work, I can see this developing into quite a nice song. Just get the feel of the riff and develop it on and on

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#5
Quote by ankthebank
I think it's cool! Not too sure of the tone, but that can always be fixed - I think you need to go either really clean, or really heavy. This could develop in both ways, but it's up to you which one you go for!
Two guitar tracks also sounds like a plan, as described by 'beatreebor', but that can be included later on

Good work, I can see this developing into quite a nice song. Just get the feel of the riff and develop it on and on

Please could you check out some of my stuff?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1460916

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