#3
I would have liked to have more reference to the Panties in this piece....?

Very Satch in this piece lots of left hand hammers and false harmonics... a couple of whammy dives using the left hand and it would be the whole package,

Great job
#5
No whammy bar on the guitar. Song ended because it was enough (time to move on... getting bored). Band was MIDI, which is why drums may sound a bit machine-like (I actually picked this rhythm because it was a 12/8 beat, which is different for me, as opposed to the usual 4/4 stuff). Thanks for comments.
#6
Just write an ending to it - you could use a generic fade out if you can't come up with anything else.

I liked it. I would pay attention to playing rhythmically accurately. It wasn't sloppy but it wasn't perfect. And IMO a groovy song like this should be played really tightly.

The drum machine sounds didn't bother me in the louder sections - it actually gave it a pretty cool vibe.
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