#1
Wrote this a while ago. Playing's quite sloppy I know, barely been playing guitar in the last 2 years, and I didn't have time to have more than a few takes. I think I used Periphery's tuning from Scarlet, or it might be the tuning Antoine Dufour uses on Catching The Light. Either way, let me know what you think please!

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#2
Cheers mate. I know what you mean about the cliche phrases, the stuff that happens when the strumming comes in near the start? But I've never listened to Blue Oyster Cult actually, never even heard of them, any other bands they sound similar to? Oh and yeah I get what you mean with the transitions as well.

Cheers for the feedback though!
#3
Wow... you know your shit, man!

I'd buy an album of this... or atleast listen it a shit ton on Spotify! I love the pace of the thing. Usually acoustic stuff is the sort of mellow whimpering, but you go balls to the wall with this one. Really cool! There's some real energy behind the playing. It's constantly kicking, even if you play a bit softer. Respect!

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#5
This is really pretty; I especially love the part starting at 0:53. I was going to keep pointing out the parts I love, but honestly, that'd be pretty much all of them. This is beautiful. If you ever record it to a metronome, let me know, because I'd love to put some synths and/or strings behind this to give it a more ethereal feel. Well done; it really is something to be proud of.

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#6
Cheers man that means a lot. I will definitely try and get recording more of my acoustic stuff, no where near as difficult as producing any of my band music ha.