#3
Trippy song. I like the lo-fi quality of it, though a little bit more bass couldn't hurt (where's the bass guitar?). I like those vocals, they sound good and fit well with the instruments, the melody is nice. I personally would add some reverb to the master track, but that's just my preference. Guitars all sound smooth. Pretty interesting song! I started following you on Soundcloud.

I heard Girl from the Golden Coast too, sounds good as well. Though again, more bass would be nice.

C4C? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1631361 Thanks!
Last edited by Soldier Poet at Jan 24, 2014,
#4
yeah, unfortunately no bass on those tracks. It would add a lot tho. I have bass lines that I play on just a muted bass-heavy guitar but its not the same. thanks for the crit guys, ill give a thorough crit to your tracks later tonight.
#5
I wanted to say that the guitar was very nice and trippy. However the vocals were a little grating (no offense). Overall kind of amateurish but not bad. No offense, this is my opinion.
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