Quote by Socky42
Dang, that was insanely melodic.

Agreed. That was beautiful sounding.
That is absolutely one of the best pieces of melodic guitar work I've ever heard. In fact, having heard it, I think I need to go work on my tapping chops.

My only complaint is just a personal one, I don't like that much echo in my clean tones, but it really helps with the ambiance of this piece. Keep doing what you're doing, it sounds awesome.
INSANELY melodic and original! I love the use of delay, definitely a plus in my opinion. The tapping was very clean, with very little, if any "dead" taps as I call them. I love hearing some of the lower notes you put in as well. I also enjoy that this wasn't an attempt by you to show off your "speed" skills as I feared it would be when I saw "tapping". This was a nice melodic piece, which I prefer hearing over the "shredders". Yes, shredding takes some skill, but there's only so many notes you can cram into 10 seconds before I think "okay, really, am I listening to music here or a machine?" Anyways, good job, I really enjoyed this piece, good job, good job with the tempo, notes and overall "feel". I would just add a little teeny bit more reverb if I were you, but in terms of composition, this was a pretty sound piece.

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love the ambient nature of the recording- the tone and delay you have going on is beautiful.
the note choice was pretty much spot on so melodically, it sounded awesome.
however, i reckon it would be even more awesome if you did this as an ambient intro to a song, and lead on to some epic distorted riffage and heavy drums, just to mix things up a bit.
"liked" it on youtube

overall, solid performance.
^a recording i did a while ago, please comment and "like"