#2
I have no idea what song this is from, but it doesn't sound bad. Sounds very mellow and chill, and the only thing i would say should be changed would be that it sounds like some of the notes are just a teensy bit off, but not really enough to detract from it that much
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#3
Its just a HAIR off. Just try and running the solo a few times with a metronome until you've got it down. After that, Try and listening in for the drums as audial cues.
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#4
Good job keep working on!!! You need brighter guitar tone and use low pass filter I mean in EQ you don't need less than 50hz for guitar.
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Good job keep working on!!! You need brighter guitar tone and use low pass filter I mean in EQ you don't need less than 50hz for guitar.


Thanks alot I don't really know much about recording so I have no idea what a low pass filter is and how to adjust hz in eq :S
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I have no idea what song this is from, but it doesn't sound bad. Sounds very mellow and chill, and the only thing i would say should be changed would be that it sounds like some of the notes are just a teensy bit off, but not really enough to detract from it that much


You don't know Eric Clapton?

Anyway, sounded good but work on timing and bends bro
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