#1
Made this a few days ago, i think it was kinda cool. I never really play much acoustic, or much fingerstyle tbh, but i have been wanting to push my chops to the next level, so lately ive been playing it a bit here and there. Id love to hear what u guys think! As always, Ill C4C!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJ769D-Yi0E

Thanks,

Jake P
#2
I like the eastern type sounds you got going on in the intro. Sounds like it could be used well for background music in a movie. Playing is pretty good all around. Part that starts at 1:16 didn't really fit in with anything else that came before it though, transition wasn't good at the least.
Overall, it was decent for an improv, I think you could easily turn this into a full-fledged song if you felt like it.

Critic back please https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1597405
#3
Interesting way you have your fingers there. Good, serene track, but I feel maybe it could benefit from a slow, simple drum track, and I'm not sure if it's because of the mic quality or something, but when you tap the guitar, it doesn't sound quite fitting. Also, around 1:20, the track changes from "Walter White and Jessie Pinkman out in the desert of New Mexico" to "A serene evening with Buckethead and Herbie".

What am i even saying

Anyways, feel free to check out my first album!:
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1599760
#4
sound jake, really liked your improv piece. as mentioned the eastern influence works great, the large sweeps were very impressive, the whole time i was just hoping for a bit of vocals, dunno if this is something you could do yourself, or try to find a hot senorita to jam with ! or if you were trying to make it a song define/repeat the key melodies/ideas + your on to a winner

also the Dee ode was very nice! i imagine Randy would have been happy to know he's still influencing the flow of musicians today
C4C?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=31408887#post31408887
#5
Quote by Campbell_x50
sound jake, really liked your improv piece. as mentioned the eastern influence works great, the large sweeps were very impressive, the whole time i was just hoping for a bit of vocals, dunno if this is something you could do yourself, or try to find a hot senorita to jam with ! or if you were trying to make it a song define/repeat the key melodies/ideas + your on to a winner

also the Dee ode was very nice! i imagine Randy would have been happy to know he's still influencing the flow of musicians today
C4C?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=31408887#post31408887

haha thanks man!!! And i was hoping someone would notice my dee ode! the end was more or less my reworked version of dee, its not dee, but its my bastardization of it haha i love classical guitar like that, i just suck at playing it haha