#1
This is a clip of my friend and I playing in his room... We didn't have the camera on us we just set it up and played and let the camera record the sound, i didn't use my MIC so i couldn't use my purevolume for it, just youtubed it. We just started off randomly and then it picked up into a song - sort of. Tell me what you think!

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Edit: I know the sound quality isn't the greatest... but it gets the idea across.
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Last edited by Mapsand01 at Jul 12, 2006,
#3
ahh shoulda faced the camera at yourselves

guitar playing was pretty good... lots of cool licks, but needs to be mixed up a bit... maybe some more rhythm riffs if thats the way your going? i find when improv jamming that if you try and do unusual things you wouldnt normally try during a jam, a lot of cool stuff will pop up. i personally build most of my songs from improv with my drummer that way.

main riff/lick is pretty cool, if you can build on that youll have something cool drummer needs to improve for that style of playing
#4
This is me, Isaac. I loved your Hungry Laundry Jam Session. I especially enjoyed the part at the end where those rainbow colored gnomes eating graham crackers invaded the princess's castle. Goodtimes, Eh?
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We've been reduced to ruin in this noncalibrated earth that has stumbled upon us.
Last edited by Mapsand01 at Jul 13, 2006,
#5
Well, wah soloing over top of drums isn't really my bag, but I guess it's okay. I like the part around 2 minutes where it slows down. That was probably my favorite part. Yeah, if you're going to jam with just drums , I think some more rhythm is in order. Both you and the drummer made some mistakes, and you had some nasty feedback a time or two, but that's expected in a jam.

Other than that part at the 2 minute mark, it's pretty throw away, although the drummer hit decent stride around the 3:30 area. The opening riff was alright.

Not bad for a jam, you just need to sinc up with the drums a bit better, avoid too much soloing, and perhaps lay off the wah a hair.
#6
Quote by Kidzelda
Other than that part at the 2 minute mark, it's pretty throw away, although the drummer hit decent stride around the 3:30 area. The opening riff was alright.

Just what I was gonna say
#7
I love the wah wah, and disagree with Kidzelda. This improv jam was one of the better i've heard on this metal-infested dump site.
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#8
yeah the wah was really good but a bit over used, i agree with some people you should have put a bit more rythum work in but its a jam what can you do other wise its really good