#1
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listen to seacoast epic and tell me what you think of the solos in that song, they were all improv'd today by me...just want some feeedback
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#3
Ehh some cheap equipment, just garageband and some preamps and a telecaster lol
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Epiphone G-400
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Marshall MG100HDFX
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Blues Driver
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M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#4
I hate to play dumb here but I only play acoustic and I want to buy a fender strat with some equipment and I want to know what u need to make solos like this.
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#5
well i'd suggest a nice multi effects pedal, one with recording on it..I use a gnx4 and it's pretty nice, it comes with programs for your computer in which you can record in....also i suggest if you don't exactly know how to play solos like that, learn your favorite solos slowly and get down all the techniques in them and incorporate the techniques used in other solos in your own. hope that helps
Gear:
Epiphone G-400
Fender Strat
Washburn BT-2
Marshall MG100HDFX
Crybaby
Digitech Hendrix Pedal (Multi-Effects)
Blues Driver
Tube Screamer TS-9
M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#7
No prob.
Gear:
Epiphone G-400
Fender Strat
Washburn BT-2
Marshall MG100HDFX
Crybaby
Digitech Hendrix Pedal (Multi-Effects)
Blues Driver
Tube Screamer TS-9
M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#8
Uhh?
Gear:
Epiphone G-400
Fender Strat
Washburn BT-2
Marshall MG100HDFX
Crybaby
Digitech Hendrix Pedal (Multi-Effects)
Blues Driver
Tube Screamer TS-9
M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#10
i'm listening to it now. I love the first solo. very iron maiden-ey. I'm not too fond of your vocalist, but that's just me. The song really seems to drag on. I think it needs to be more up beat or something. I like the second solo quite a bit. It sounds like near the mid part of it you're trying to fit too many notes in, but since you're improv'ing it's not a big deal.
#11
Haha yea our vocals aren't serious, they're just off the top of his head, we don't really play for singing we play for the musical part of it. Thank you though for the feedback. and yea haha, i was going overboard a little, but the guitar i was using kinda sucked ass so i couldn't really play to the best of my ability
Gear:
Epiphone G-400
Fender Strat
Washburn BT-2
Marshall MG100HDFX
Crybaby
Digitech Hendrix Pedal (Multi-Effects)
Blues Driver
Tube Screamer TS-9
M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#12
yeah I know how you feel. I've gotten so used to my good guitar, I can't play too well on others.
#13
Yea man
Gear:
Epiphone G-400
Fender Strat
Washburn BT-2
Marshall MG100HDFX
Crybaby
Digitech Hendrix Pedal (Multi-Effects)
Blues Driver
Tube Screamer TS-9
M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#14
Both the first and second solo's were really good. Maybe work on your bends a little bit... but that's just what I think, I could be wrong The vocals were not bad...I wasn't crazy about them.
Overall, though, very good.
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