#2
Um. Some parts were too slow
Some were sloppy
You missed alot of notes
And some of the bends were off

But pretty good
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#5
^OverBENT, SuperSnake, not bended:P.

Anywhom, it was a good solo. There was a definite amount of sloppiness, but it's a really fast song, and I'm sure you'll get faster.
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#6
Yea, I watched it again and I definately messed up a few times. Oh well, I'll have to practice some more
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#7
I love Trivium solos, and they are pretty damn hard. It was sloppy, but still pretty good.
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#8
With a little more practice, for speed and make it clean, this will be great.
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