#2
First of all, recording sounds good, i suggest panning both the lead & the ryth+vox so you can hear everything more clearly. On that note (or off it rather) the vox are a little off. just as a personal opinion, i wouldn't have the solo continuing throughout the whole time your singing (sing then little fill solo ect), but overall really well done! keep it up mate.

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#3
Well, it would sound a lot better if the rhythm was a litter lower volume, and if the vocals had a clearer, more defined tune- a catchier melody. It's a little too, random, sort of all over the place. Doesn't truly gel with the rhythm guitar. Other than that, the tones of your guitar, lead and voice sound good together, so it sounds like it has potential.

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