I got a bass because I thought it would be easy to play. Big Mistake.

First half decent track I've been able to punch out. Let me know what you think!

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Hey man, this track is quite chill. Probably too chill for me, I feel that it doesn't go anywhere in terms of dynamics. I also find strictly pentatonic playing very boring. You might want to try to incorporate something a bit more exotic every now and then, perhaps some Dorian, or Hungarian minor.

In terms of sound, the guitars and bass sound very nice. There is nothing wrong with the mixing. You might find that could change if you start adding more instruments, like percussion or synths though.

Here's a recent piece I would appreciate some feedback on, mostly with regards to the mix/master. It's a bit different to this piece of yours.

Have you heard Pink Floyd's latest "The Endless River" or David Gilmour's "Rattle That Lock"? Your playing sounds alot like what he is doing now a days. Actually I could listen to this all day. I have it on in my studio right now while I putz around. Nice mix and good tone on the guitar.

Won't you give my latest a listen? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1719948
Firstly, the production on this is very good, definitely beyond what I can manage. Mix is clear, all the instrumentation has a pleasing quality to it.
This is purely personal preference, but what I think might make it more memorable is developing a few melodic themes. A tune that grounds the composition from where you can then build it up and do variations.

I would like some feedback as well on a simple folk song I wrote and recorded recently. It is a rough single take recording, but any advice would be great.
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