#1
This is a recording my friend and I made, pretty much just for the heck of it. It's a Bluesy Garage rock instrumental. We play it pretty loosely, and keep in mind that a couple of the lead guitar parts are just placeholders. I'll re-record them eventually...

The recording is in my profile. It's the only one, so it shouldn't be hard to find

C4C, you know how it works.

Edit: the main reason this was recorded was for the vibraslap, of course.
Last edited by Frank_Black at Sep 25, 2011,
#3
Quote by aaron aardvark
Frank_Black,
The playing could be tighter, but I like the song writing/riffs/leads, and the audio quality is good overall. Gotta dig the Vibraslap. Please review my music at this link:

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1482474


Thanks!

I know we weren't very tight, but we had a lot of other things to record and since this was just for fun we had to leave it and move on. I'd like to go back and fix it up someday, though. I'll check out your link!
#4
Sounds good, but as said, it could you could be tighter. The riffs are nice however, and the solos shines at times. I would love to hear this one recorded properly and perhaps with vocals. Overall, not bad, not bad at all
#7
since i can tell this is a sort of a demo i wont critique anything like the mixing or anything. i will say all the tracks were way dry but that's fine. I guess what i would really say is get the interplay between guitar and drums tighter; that will make your riffs super-strong haha

c4c
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1483975
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#8
Quote by ItsThatDude
since i can tell this is a sort of a demo i wont critique anything like the mixing or anything. i will say all the tracks were way dry but that's fine. I guess what i would really say is get the interplay between guitar and drums tighter; that will make your riffs super-strong haha

c4c
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1483975


Thanks for the crit! Can I ask what you mean by 'dry'?

I'll listen and crit your tracks later, I've only had time to listen to two of the songs so far.