#1
Standard tuning, played with finger picking for one guitar, and a pick for the second. I being the second guitarist, now please comment upon it.


http://www.zshare.net/audio/4004143e358ab1/
It takes one to play a tab,
It takes two to play an instrumental,
It takes three to play a song,
It takes four to make an album.

I'm the one that does all four.
#2
its alright, you guys should work in a metronome somehow though.. the quality is pretty decent for what you had to work with (assuming)--1 take....but it would be ncie if the guitars could be panned.
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#3
Heh, yeah it would be. Alright, well how about, we do another for you? I mean, I do enjoy the old acoustic duets. They sound...oh so calming. And thank you for the feedback, yes we only had one take, and one practice before it. Although, the practice...was not really a practice. We had a refined version of that, it's much better quality. Either way, I'll post the band MySpace link when it's up and running and has some of our tracks from our new CD.
It takes one to play a tab,
It takes two to play an instrumental,
It takes three to play a song,
It takes four to make an album.

I'm the one that does all four.