#1
I asked before if people can review me so here now is a little 1st take i just made. Many mistakes I know as I just picked up and jammed with no preparation.

Just wanted to give an overall take of my playing not a 100% finalized perfect planned recording.,


This is me doing a impro whilst taking a break from eating my dinner lol

https://soundcloud.com/jamesmk23/voodoo-backing-solo
Last edited by guitarbeero at Mar 21, 2013,
#2
youre amazing
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#5
u need a record deal brah
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#10
I mean, it's good if you're going for that "every 16 year old dad rock fan boy to ever go into Guitar Center on the weekend that probably hasn't ever seriously listened to any band newer than Nirvana" type of sound.
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#11
fog?

yes im aware its a shit recording quality i just done quick take here no setup...backing track bass heavy also
#15
I think you need to stop hiding how much you suck behind so much distortion and fuzz.
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#17
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I think you need to stop hiding how much you suck behind so much distortion and fuzz.


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#21
Would love to hear less fuzz though to make a more accurate critique, even if it is a Hendrix cover. But yeah, you'd make him proud though Sounds sexay.


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#22
It was good enough technique wise but something about it left me cold. Scalic runs, not much in the way of melodic lines, somewhat repetitive. Good application of the wah, decent bends. I did think the fuzz was a bit over the top though.

Something you might like to try is taking your favourite licks, and changing their rhythms, changing their endings, and displacing some of the notes an octave. Pentatonic runs will only go so far. Move phrases up and down whatever scale you're working with, experiment.

So, imo it sounds repititious and sterile atm, but you can definitely change that. Experiment with dynamics as well. I know it's voodoo child, but it there never seemed to be any change in intensity throughout. I'm not sure if this is true of your other playing.
#24
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It was good enough technique wise but something about it left me cold. Scalic runs, not much in the way of melodic lines, somewhat repetitive. Good application of the wah, decent bends. I did think the fuzz was a bit over the top though.

Something you might like to try is taking your favourite licks, and changing their rhythms, changing their endings, and displacing some of the notes an octave. Pentatonic runs will only go so far. Move phrases up and down whatever scale you're working with, experiment.

So, imo it sounds repititious and sterile atm, but you can definitely change that. Experiment with dynamics as well. I know it's voodoo child, but it there never seemed to be any change in intensity throughout. I'm not sure if this is true of your other playing.


oh yeh great point i always feel im doing same thing over and over i never thought about moving licks up and down the fret board cheers

Also I think i should slow down more for some points to break it up.

Cheers
#25
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You can keep a beat and such. The tone is less to be desired though. Keep at it and check out that thread. The pit isnt the best place for these types of threads.
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