#1
Made a new heavy rhythm patch with my HD500 whilst fiddling with a Holdsworth lead and I wanted to showcase it, so I wrote a quick song

Sadly, I lost the patch before I could save it, but I managed to finish this short recording. The patch I'm referring to is the rhythm tone, not any of the leads.

https://soundcloud.com/enhalo/heavy-tone-and-solo

I'm gonna be trying to recreate it soon, as I loved it haha. Reminded me a lot of BTBAM's tone from Parallax II.

NOTE: THERE'S NO BASS, AND NO MIXING/MASTERING. IT'S ALL STRAIGHT FROM THE POD AND SUPERIOR DRUMMER

C4C of course!
#2
Pretty cool.

It was definitely hard to hear the rhythm and drums throughout the track, so when you redo it I'd say bring that out quite a bit. The solo was pretty sweet, and I really like the synth kinda noise you had at the beginning. Parts of the solo sounded like it wasn't quite on the beat, but it was hard-ish to tell though since the drums were pretty quiet. All in all a cool solo. Keep up the good work man! \m/
#3
The intro (part before the solo) was really cool. But yeah, your rhythm guitar and drums should be louder, they were hard to hear. The solo was a bit random and a bit sloppy at parts. But overall nice playing.

C4C: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=31506403#post31506403
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#4
It really needs a bass guitar... the guitar has 0 power without it.
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