#3
Not bad man. I hate the tone. Though nice playing.
I am someone who believes there's always room for improvement.
Try new shit.

Mix it up more. Check out Vinnie moore and michael romeo. They are my top 2.
#4
Quote by Cavalcade
Well, what "constructive criticism" do you want to hear? Whatever it is, it's probably not "you're a bit out of tune", but, you're a bit out of tune.


I would like to hear anything I could do to help me improve my playing. I will try to pay more attention when I tune my guitar, thanks

Quote by Eternalwhisper1
Not bad man. I hate the tone. Though nice playing.
I am someone who believes there's always room for improvement.
Try new shit.

Mix it up more. Check out Vinnie moore and michael romeo. They are my top 2.


Thanks, I hate the tone too but I'm very bad at making presets and all the ones I have sound even worse.
Of course I have a loooot of things to learn and improve, there is no doubt about that.
I do like Vinnie Moore and Michael Romeo too.
#5
Quote by SR7s
I would like to hear anything I could do to help me improve my playing. I will try to pay more attention when I tune my guitar, thanks

There's not much feedback anyone can give if you're just spamming random scale runs without a metronome. In some parts, you could pay better attention to the sync between your right and left hands, but without a beat, this is just unstructured, random notes, and we can't accurately critique that.
#6
Quote by Cavalcade
There's not much feedback anyone can give if you're just spamming random scale runs without a metronome. In some parts, you could pay better attention to the sync between your right and left hands, but without a beat, this is just unstructured, random notes, and we can't accurately critique that.


I know, it's just random guitar noodling, but it's fun.
I guess my hands aren't in sync because I was playing legato.
#8
Quote by Cavalcade
We don't critique "random guitar noodling" here. I hope you can see why.


I didn't know you spoke for all UG. Anyway, I don't understand why you have to get so angry about it, it's just a video, relax.
I guess I was looking for constructive criticism about improving my technique not playing more musically.
#9
Dunno where you're getting "angry" from, I'm just calling it like I see it. If you really do want feedback about your technique, it's hard to get from, as you called it, "random guitar noodling". That's a fact.
If you want to improve your technique (in this case, your pick/fret coordination is what needs the most work), practice something structured, with a metronome. It'll force you to think about your playing, and synchronize every note.
#10
Quote by Cavalcade
Dunno where you're getting "angry" from, I'm just calling it like I see it. If you really do want feedback about your technique, it's hard to get from, as you called it, "random guitar noodling". That's a fact.


So I guess some four chords pop song cover would do it?

Quote by Cavalcade
If you want to improve your technique (in this case, your pick/fret coordination is what needs the most work), practice something structured, with a metronome. It'll force you to think about your playing, and synchronize every note.


I insist that I was doing hammer ons and pull offs, mostly because I like the smoother sound it produces, even though I must admit my alternate picking isn't very good but I do practice it with a metronome.
#11
Quote by SR7s
I insist that I was doing hammer ons and pull offs, mostly because I like the smoother sound it produces, even though I must admit my alternate picking isn't very good but I do practice it with a metronome.

Well then, if you're looking for feedback, do something else. Once again, there's not much feedback anyone can give on random legato runs without a metronome.
Quote by SR7s
So I guess some four chords pop song cover would do it?

Play Obscura if that's what you like to play, just play something. All I said was "something structured", I don't understand why you have to get so angry about it.
Last edited by Cavalcade at Sep 23, 2013,