#1
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crit on my blues solo would be good

i think my bends and vibrato could do with work. what do you guys think?
my rig:
gibson les paul standard vintage sunburst with burstbucker pro pickups
marshall avt 150h and 412a cab
dunlop crybaby wah
boss dd-3 digital delay
#3
didnt really like it either, the tone of the guitar just drives you crazy
#4
yeah, I think you need to do some serious work on your tone
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#7
thats why im say to whoaa on my ears with that tone and get rid of the shit and hair cut you look like some computere geek lol fagooott
#8
Are you joking? First tone with that bend I was like "wtf" :S
Oh, constructive... yeah um, work on your bends (none of them hit the right note).. and try to be in key more than 50% of the time

Sorry if it's harsh but... it's really quite painful to listen to
#9
Everything's been said...maybe too harshly, but I do think it could have been better. In terms of tone and playing, but it wasn't terrible. With a little more work you could get it better. It wasn't as bad as some said, but i won't lie and tell you it was terrific. Mind critting mine? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=522091
#10
wasn't too much "blues" going on in there, sorry to say. it sounded more like a 3 doors down 'lead break'
#11
Like the guy above me said, I didn't really hear the blues. In the beginning, the solo doesn't really go with the background. Also, as said, the tone isn't so great. This is ok, with some more work I think this could be something. It also stops after just 54 seconds.

Mind critiquing mine? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=522123