#3
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#5
Well I've never been a real fan of all that shredding/tapping stuff but your licks are GREAT and your vibrato even better.
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#8
cool solo man, i liked it. thanks for critting mine, and keep on ROCKIN
#10
absolutely love the non tapping stuff, but ive always felt shredding/tapping was a way to cheesify a really killer solo so i suppose im biased haha. Still the i can tell your a great player, your licks were very nice and the tone was smokin. I guess all i can say is more melody and less shred (i mean you can play a sick solo and definately stick some of that in there, but i feel that when its close to something like 50% shred, i have trouble finding something to latch on to and that really moves me. Also it all sounds the same usually to me, unless your a master like yngwie or vai).

Crit mine if you get the time, tho may not be your cup o tea: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=507764
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#12
Haha good deal man yah, i find that shred heads tend to be a whole different type of musician then I, ive had bad experiences in the past (such as some fellas laughing hysterically at some neil young solos hehe)
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#13
goood job sounded good
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#15
thanks for the crit. primus really? i dunno that's the only way i know how to do it.
anyways it looks like you know your stuff man. i could probably have only kept up until around 0:20. it was kinda interesting, all the other shred stuff i see is behind kinda a metal rhythm but this one's behind rock and has some rock licks in it as well which i could relate to, good job. if i went to high school with you i'd ask you to be my friend and teach me.
#17
That's why I love this site. Musicians can get together and share even their goof around stuff. The solo was great.

By the way, I like the tapping thing.
#18
Man I really can't get enough of your vibrato :P
What's your secret?
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#19
Quote by Pleiadian
Man I really can't get enough of your vibrato :P
What's your secret?


Thanks I take that as a very big compliment
By looking at your rig, I can guess that you are a very big Zakk Wylde fan
I have just listened to a lot of Zakk Wylde and Yngwie Malmsteen and just tried to mix their vibrato together. And after a while I developed my own
There isn't really any secrets, just try to make it as wide as possible.
#20
Pleidian,

I would recommend(though you probably do your vibratos this way anyway) you do your vibratos not in the BB King style(move hand left and right), but more up and down; More like a bend, rather than jiggling your hand; It takes a bit of practice, but doing that can get a pretty wide vibrato