#1
our cover of For What It's Worth by Buffalo Springfield is online. It's basically the same arrangement as the original except that it gets a lot heavier at the end. Let me know what you think. Thanks

http://fhs.dmusic.com
#2
That is really good, it's the perfect amount of heavy that could be added to that song while still fitting in perfectly with the first half. I would have eased it back a bit toward the end however and ended it a little softer. Awesome solo!
#4
Indeed, the first verse sounds like Jim Morrisson. *thumbs up*
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O CANADA!
#5
This is a first on Ultimate Guitar, our lead singer was compared to Jim Morrison instead of Elvis. I agree, he does sound like Morrison at times. A few other people have said that but no one on UG until now. Thanks for the positive comments.
#6
wow this is really good. i listened to for what it's worth and a bunch of other covers you have on there, and theyre all incredible. nearly flawless, great singing voice, too. at first i thought it would sound bad to make this song heavier, because its a pretty chill song, but you made it work. keep it up
#7
Nice cover of Interstate Love Song as well.
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#8
I wish I could sing like that.

I need to start taking vocal lessons.
BOLD.