#2
get a nipple clamp, apply to your timing and tighten!

got very loose in places.

also hard to not notice the missing slides but if your new I guess I could cut you some slack
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#3
pretty good man keep it up.
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#4
Quote by JEEtoP
get a nipple clamp, apply to your timing and tighten!

got very loose in places.

also hard to not notice the missing slides but if your new I guess I could cut you some slack
Get a nipple clamp O.o, Got any tip to improve my timing and tihghten ?
Last edited by Blomman at Nov 5, 2007,
#5
Work on ryhtm, otherwise it's fine.



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#6
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Work on ryhtm, otherwise it's fine.
Should i like sit and listen to the guitar in Guitar Pro or the track? Got any tip ?
Last edited by Blomman at Nov 5, 2007,
#7
As SpiritusDeae (aka me) has just said on YouTube, rhythm was sloppy in places, but I was fairly impressed.
#8
Try to alternate pick (picking up and down) instead of just down picking. Makes you play more efficiently and will help you keep a steady rhythm.
#9
Sounded great..
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