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Hi guys!

I'm new on this forum, but not new to guitar. I've been playing guitar for about seven years now.
It seems like this forum is mostly about metal and that kind of music, so I don't know how my music will be received here. Like many players of my generation I started playing music by Metallica, Megadeth, Sepultura, Death and other bands in the thrash metal genre. Later I moved on to the music of Joe Satriani and Steve Vai. Then I discovered the amazing Shawn Lane who completely changed how I view the guitar. His music led me to Allan Holdsworth and that led me to jazz, which I've been playing ever since.

I just thought I'd share my music in case there are people on here who like jazz.
Here's a take on "There will never be another you". First the melody statement and the rest is improv. Personally, I'm not too dissatisfied with this take. Feel free to check it out those of you who like this music.
I appreciate any constructive criticism, suggestions etcetra. Trolling will be ignored.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEIpB-HqIho