Hi, I just completed a new project called "Never Know" a few weeks ago. It's a guitar driven instumental that's more along the lines of experimental blues. I also managed to finally get a myspace page going. I posted this before but just realized it is in the wrong forum for "Promote your Band". I don't have a band and don't perform live at this time. What I am looking for is any constructive criticism or pointers you can lend me. This is still a new experience for me and I am still learning.

Wow,,,,,This really wasn't what I expected when you said experimental blues,,,to me at least, it sounded much more psychedelic rock/ general late 70's rock,,,,,,the backing acoustic were for lacking of a better word hypnotic,,,,they just kind of reel you in,,,,kind of like David Gilmour's solo stuff,,,,and the electric stuff reminded me a lot of Kenny Wayne Sheppard when he still was considered a blues guitarist,,,,its such a grabbing song that i didn't even notice that when it ended it was almost 6 minutes later,,,,,I really like the keys that you have in the background too,,,they add a lot of atmosphere to it,,,,,

I know it may not be your cup of tea but I would be much obliged if you would check out some of my recently completed stuff,,,,, https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=506268
Hey man, im from columbus and i swear ive seen ya playin around before or possibly just heard your name mentioned. If you get any gigs around tell me ill be sure to show up cause i love the stuff wow. The acoustic work would probably be my favorite part here, but the electric work is superb too. Sounds like some gilmour influence with some classic bluesier licks such as albert or BB. Production was awesome too. Bass was cool and keys were very complimentary, overall bassically no complaints except maybe a thicker tone on the lead (could be my headphones, they are very trebbly).

Crit mine you get the time: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=507764
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