#3
Couldn't hear the bass at all....
You could have gone for background chords during the verses....

But it wasn't bad
Props, as you don't see many Pendulum covers
#4
Quote by Highelf04
Couldn't hear the bass at all....
You could have gone for background chords during the verses....

But it wasn't bad
Props, as you don't see many Pendulum covers


play it through a speaker, sounds big headed but it was the only bassline i didn't **** up all night haha
#5
Quote by mikeyknowsbetter
play it through a speaker, sounds big headed but it was the only bassline i didn't **** up all night haha

Ah fair play
What bass were you using?
#7
Pendulum. Hell yes.
As mentioned, your singer was a bit shaky at first, but he seemed to get the hang of it. Other than that, solid playing by everyone, but not much substance.
I know Pendulum isn't exactly technical, but as a next step, you could try to make the song your own by improvising some riffs or (more importantly) bass lines that go well with it. Otherwise, Pendulum songs just sounds like regular, generic indie when played by a rock band.
C4C? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1496450
#8
Quote by Cavalcade
Pendulum. Hell yes.
As mentioned, your singer was a bit shaky at first, but he seemed to get the hang of it. Other than that, solid playing by everyone, but not much substance.
I know Pendulum isn't exactly technical, but as a next step, you could try to make the song your own by improvising some riffs or (more importantly) bass lines that go well with it. Otherwise, Pendulum songs just sounds like regular, generic indie when played by a rock band.
C4C? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1496450


Thats a great idea man! thanks for the awesome feedback