#1
Just playing some improv with a backing track in Am. The quality of the video is lame because it was recorded with a cellphone's camera. Any critics will be appreciated. Thanks for watching.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQvzEYtdfGA
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#2
its simple but has a nice flow. I liked the bit when you went higher for the first time.
where did you get the backing track?
#3
I was about to say the same thing. It's simple and it does have a nice flow. I can barely hear the backing track but sometimes it sounds like you get off a bit from the rhythm. Doin pretty good man, keep it up!

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#4
i enjoyed it till about 1:40. thats when you started to lose me. from a technical standpoint, your bends need the most work. but just remember to keep it tasteful throughout.
#5
your bending needs work dude, other than that good job
the backing track sounds Clapton-ish
and you did a good job of keeping it interesting for the most part
id say just keep working on your style and technique, so that it does get repetitive


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#6
Thanks for the advice, yeah, i will work on my bendings. About the backing track, is called Slowhand Blues- A minor, but i can't remember where i downloaded.
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#7
I like it man. Really simple but i like your phrasing..
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