#1
http://arp.dmusic.com/

It's called "Next To You"

I recorded it for a girl, but she won't even take the time to listen to it

Also at the end you'll hear a few voices, I just decided to leave it in there...


Crit for crit, and expect to be hearing a squier through a pathfinder
Hi.

I'm like..so cool

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Runner Up for best guitarist...

Meh better than nothing
#2
not bad, I'd give it a 6.5/10. Not too many noticable mistakes, although the bends near the 2:17 mark sounded a bit off to me.
#3
The main melody that plays throughout the song could use some more variety, like using more notes or some hammer-ons or pull-offs, to spice it up. Also, occassionally the rhthym seems somewhat off. The melody overall sounds pretty improvised, so maybe it could use more structure and being planned out in a future recording. Still, not bad.

Crit for crit?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=373786
#4
I definately agree man, when I recorded the leads I kind of wanted it to change keys and be a little unpredictable, then I improvised the solo, hence the complete suckiness of it. My dad recorded the rhythm because I couldn't keep up with all the key changes(I had been up all night, was pretty tired). I've added onto it and tightened it up and i'm getting my Epiphone Les Paul back in a few days so i'm going to re-record it then, that squier is killing me

Thanks for the comments guys, I appreciate it. Hopefully my newer version will sound more pleasant to the ears.

Downloading your song now yawn
Hi.

I'm like..so cool

Quote by ?øXÍÇÍ?¥

Cheesemuffin > les paul


Runner Up for best guitarist...

Meh better than nothing