#2
Well done... started off ok (there was some fret squeaking when you transitioned notes), but once the piece picked up I started to enjoy it a lot.

Nice guitar too
#3
Really good job, the fret squeak isn't a problem proves it is real and live but like I said on the video it has the most important ingtedient...emotion!
#6
Vey nice playing man! You put a lot of heart and soul into your playing and it really shined through here. I cant say im incredibly familiar with this piece but I enjoyed what I heard. You earned a "like" from me! Im not sure if its your style but I'd really appreciate any thoughts you could give me on any of the covers I've done. I enjoy being critiqued by all calibres of musicians. Theres a link to my YouTube channel in my sig if you feel inclined to check it out. Either way keep up the good work

Cheers!
#7
Quote by rollingstones
Vey nice playing man! You put a lot of heart and soul into your playing and it really shined through here. I cant say im incredibly familiar with this piece but I enjoyed what I heard. You earned a "like" from me! Im not sure if its your style but I'd really appreciate any thoughts you could give me on any of the covers I've done. I enjoy being critiqued by all calibres of musicians. Theres a link to my YouTube channel in my sig if you feel inclined to check it out. Either way keep up the good work

Cheers!


thanks man, i commented and liked your "born to run" video. it was an interesting acoustic version that sounded cool. if possible I would position the camera to get a better shot of you and your guitar up close but other than that it was a good cover!
#8
Absolutely stunning, man. I so wish I could play like that. SO wish. Seriously, you did an amazing job and, forget just tipping my hat, my hat is off to you, my friend!
My guitars:
Centaura CT21
2 Dean Baby Zs
Cort X1
Washburn WG587 7-String
Two Fender knockoffs
3 acoustic no-names

My basses:
Yamaha RBX170
Rogue LX205B Series II 5-String
No-name 4 string