#2
Lots of open string noise on the beginning part you might want to work on that. You also begin to loose stamina so maybe work on tha part.

The solo guitar is a little loud but it's a good solo. You alos need to turn your levels down as it distorts occasionally. It's a decent chord progression you've got going there, and a nice thick tone. It does get a little repetative without vocals. But the solo comes back in which is better. You really need to sort out the distortion your getting from having the levels too high.

Some nice soloing though. and would be a good song with vox.

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#4
Right, cool. Next time I record anything I'll take the gain down. Thanks guys. I'll listen to yours shortly.

Any more peoples views appreciated.
#6
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#7
Quote by sam i am
Lots of open string noise on the beginning part you might want to work on that. You also begin to loose stamina so maybe work on tha part.

The solo guitar is a little loud but it's a good solo. You alos need to turn your levels down as it distorts occasionally. It's a decent chord progression you've got going there, and a nice thick tone. It does get a little repetative without vocals. But the solo comes back in which is better. You really need to sort out the distortion your getting from having the levels too high.

Some nice soloing though. and would be a good song with vox.


I'm not trying to be lazy, but I agree with every think he said. I think the soloing is really good! Especially with the wah pedal. Over all I'd give it 7/10. Good job man. Keep it up!

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#9
beginning was kinda yuck. And you play really sloppy you might wanna work on that. It was good for what it was i guess. but you need to tighten up your sound practice it more before it gets recorded.
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#10
Thanks for the feedback guys

Yeah, sloppiness is my biggest problem. I'm slowly working on it, I do exercises like just running up and down scales in a clean tone, but I can't really seem to keep the patience to do stuff like that. I don't have that much free time on my hands these days, so I'd rather be jamming along and playing new stuff, you know?

If any of you got ideas on how to be less sloppy without long boring practice exercises, it'd be great. But perhaps that's just wishful thinking