#2
Few things right off the bat:
1: Tune your guitar before recording, having the only two strings you solo on be out of tune of each other kills it.
2: Change your strings, those things look like a year old, and they make the sound dull and tinny.
3: Alternate pick more, picking everything in one direction gives a very robotic sound, great for heavy riffs, bad for leading playing or anything really soulful. You alternate picked one section, so it confuses me why you played everything else either entirely down or up stroked.

As for the music itself, don't just play horizontally. All your licks basically go up and down a single string, you want to play with moving both horizontally and vertically for many reasons. This will spice up your intervals instead being mostly going to the next note in the scale (which is most of what your solo was), will add depth to the sound with the different timbres of each string and create more implied harmony. It seems you've only been playing for a little while, so doing improvisations like this is a good thing to improving your musical sensibility.

Also, this is probably the wrong thread for this kind of stuff.
#3
Quote by Jimjambanx
Few things right off the bat:
1: Tune your guitar before recording, having the only two strings you solo on be out of tune of each other kills it.
2: Change your strings, those things look like a year old, and they make the sound dull and tinny.
3: Alternate pick more, picking everything in one direction gives a very robotic sound, great for heavy riffs, bad for leading playing or anything really soulful. You alternate picked one section, so it confuses me why you played everything else either entirely down or up stroked.

As for the music itself, don't just play horizontally. All your licks basically go up and down a single string, you want to play with moving both horizontally and vertically for many reasons. This will spice up your intervals instead being mostly going to the next note in the scale (which is most of what your solo was), will add depth to the sound with the different timbres of each string and create more implied harmony. It seems you've only been playing for a little while, so doing improvisations like this is a good thing to improving your musical sensibility.

Also, this is probably the wrong thread for this kind of stuff.


Thank You for constructive criticism. Gonna fallow up Your advice on next video.
You are right. This should probably be in "Original Recordings". I made a mistake.