#1
Hi Guys,

Have another slow blues track with jazz overtones.

Please let me know what you think and leave a link to you track.

Thanks!

http://youtu.be/-P39z94eQfo
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#2
I found that some of the note choices during the first solo part weren't the best, some out of key. You have a major chord backing, which sounds really nice, but some of the more 'minor' notes in the solo weren't the strongest.

The chords for the backing and the tone were very nice! I would've just liked to have heard some more 'major' sounding improvisation. You definitely have the skill! It's just a matter of getting to know the fretboard a bit better

Keep up the good work and thanks a lot for your feedback on my piece!
#3
hitman_47,
Thank you for the review! Now your tune: Audio quality could be better. Some drum sounds would be good, help keep your timing better (or play with a metronome that would not be audible during your final mix). I like a lot of what you're playing. Keep at it! I like the painting.
#4
audio quality was not the best..but no big deal. did u use a backing track or play that yourself? everything seems to be in key..but it just doesent seem real smooth in parts..timing may be a bit off...but not bad at all! this may have sounded better with a better/more upbeat electric type of backing track..some drums would be nice too..it starts to get a little boring. I liked that string of notes around the 1 min mark..very cool! crit mine? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1675665