#1
Hey guys! I did this recording with a friend of mine, it's my first recording using a recently bought ukulele!

Check it out if you can, and give me some feedback!

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#2
Hey, nice tones. What's your set up on the electric?

I liked the layering on the track. The ukulele gives it a wild west kinda feel. Great playing overall!
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#3
@hitman_47
Thanks man. The guitar was a Fender Stratocaster, single-coil, American Standard, if I'm not mistaken (it was my friends guitar, I played the acoustic, ukulele and bass). We simply plugged it on my Focusrite Scarlett and I spent a good while seeking a good tone on Amplitube. If you've got that plug-in, I could send you the preset file if you'd like
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#4
Sounds pretty good man, but in all honesty your accent is very noticable. It's a bit hard to understand what you are saying in some of the sections of the song. Other than that, it sounds good!
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#5
Hey man just saw your comment in my post, sorry it took me a while to read. This cover's really good man! I haven't heard the song but there's some great sounds! I really like the guitar tone and it's well mixed together, keep up the good work!