#2
Overall i think its pretty good, i heard some minor things here and there that could be shaped up, but its way way better than i could do so i give it a thumbs up.
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#5
Eh I didn't even put 60's there, that will be changed.
How was the solo, though?
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#6
not bad man. still needs a little more work to smooth it out but you're getting there.
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#9
i think that some of the notes were "blended to closeley together" so to say there towards the end with the hammers and pulls.
#10
well done.. the only thing is you lack vibrating... well done.. what wah do you used?
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#11
Thanks for the comments guys.
I used my V847 which is modded... well, basically two of the transistors snapped out inside but my friend fixed it by soldering in two different sized transistors. They were larger in voltage than the originals and the trend is the higher the voltage than the lower the range... yet somehow, in my opinion, its made my wah pedal at least twice as powerful as it used to be!
I'm grateful for your comments, keep them coming. The only thing I can say after listening to my cover numerous times is... damn, that opening bend on the 17th fret really needs to be rerecorded.
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#12
Aye, as said before there a few things, but I think you did an awesome job nontheless mate. Good job.
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#13
Very choppy, work on straightening that out.

Also, the bends after the fast run. You were doing three bends when in the actual song it's only two. It sounded strange with three.

The mistakes were there but they weren't terribly noticeable. To an average audience this would go down well. I think you did a pretty good job.
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#14
Very well done, just one thing to note, really listen to the recording, maybe even play to it every once in awhile because there are some notes that need to be held longer than others and such, but again it is very well done.
#15
thats an overall nice job on the solo. as said above it is a bit choppy in some places and there is only a few wrong notes. but it was good nonetheless. I liked your tone. nice job