#3
hey like your acoustic playing...reminds me of the kinda stuff i used to record before i got my electric rig sorted. the rythm was beautiful however i feel the lead guitar could have been better with more dynamics and speed changes. Sounded like you were just using one scale, which is fair enough however you could have moved it about or played the notes an octave higher to make the lead sound less repetitive.

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#4
Good stuff, nice laid back relaxed mood about it. The rhythm work is very nice, flows well, clean too. I think the lead had a couple of issues though... first off the levels need a bit of adjustment, some of the notes got lost behind the rhythm. Also, the tone sounded a bit dull, whether that was down to tuning or recording or whatever, but i'd suggest double checking your tuning and perhaps adding a slight echo or reverb on the lead to give it some warmth. That'd work rather nicely imo.

I think Dan's note about utilising higher octaves is a good one... it'd just mix up the lead somewhat, and make it stand out above the rhythm more too.

Very nice job overall though, keep it up

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#5
I really liked it man. Check your PMs.
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