#6
cool stuff man. i can definitely hear the tom morello influence.

by the way, where are you in MA?
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#7
that was badass lol, the bass intro was sweet and the drums were perfect. i loved the chords and rhythms you used throughout, it was a very well composed song, and it can only get better with vocals the part at 24 on is the best, very upbeat. the solo was great but it would freshen it up alot more if you maybe used more of the neck instead of staying in the same pentatonic position or even used a different scale. but then again it did fit the song perfectly.

Overall, awesome.

#8
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that was badass lol, the bass intro was sweet and the drums were perfect. i loved the chords and rhythms you used throughout, it was a very well composed song, and it can only get better with vocals the part at 24 on is the best, very upbeat. the solo was great but it would freshen it up alot more if you maybe used more of the neck instead of staying in the same pentatonic position or even used a different scale. but then again it did fit the song perfectly.

Overall, awesome.



haha, thanks. I know what you mean about the solo, but that's how I'm stuck playing lead because I don't do it enough. This was mostly about the bass, so I didn't bother trying to get too fancy with the solo. I was going to put a bass solo, but it just didn't happen. Maybe next time.
#9
The bass is great, the groove is great, the drums are great, the solo is great...man, great song. This could be a big thing if you recorded it.
#11
Thats much better! Definitly more Funk orientated i think. Good job. Riff *could* be repetitive, but you broke it up well with some nice riffs. Well done.
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Ashdown PM600 - Peavey TVX 4x10
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'99 Stagemaster 7-string
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#12
I really enjoyed it, great work man.

also, being a bassist, I love it when I see people using the bass more and more for things, instead of just root notes. I know its funk, and bass is a huge part of that, but its awesome to see, no matter what genre.

I do so much critique-ing around here, I should see if I can get something good together and put it up.
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#13
my god, that was brilliant. I have absolutely no suggestions. kept me interested the whole way through. you are amazing, sir.

if you want to crit mine, the newest one is the first one in my sig.
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#15
This is great for a funk rock tune, sounds very professional. The only critisim I have for it is the riff at measure 8 and 12; the E-G-A-C (or the 0-3-5-3) part doesn't really seem to fit in you might wanna change it to E-G-A-B (or 0-3-5-2). Thats just my opinion, I mean the C is in the key it just doesn't seem to work to me.
#16
This one isn't as funky as your others.

+Great solos (organ and guitar)
+Great Riffs, especially the main one

I cant say anything bad about this one either.