#1
Mmhmm. Click here.

I just learned the solo fairly recently.

Keep in mind that I did this in ONE TAKE and recorded using SOUND RECORDER. I didn't wanna bother using my actual mixing software (I have MAGIX Music Maker 10) because I knew I'd f*** it up in the end. Haha.

Basically I just wanted to show my friends that yes, I can sorta play guitar. I fooled most of them already...

For one take and sound recorder, what do you think?
#4
uhm
i say practice until you can play it decent first
THEN record it ****tily
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#5
Definitely work on it... the backing guitars could use some work too imo.

Slow it down, and work up from there...
#7
Mostly you are hitting the right notes, just not the right way . I would work on your timing, try slowing the whole thing down first and analysing the structure of the solo.
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#8
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Umm it's a start but it could use some work in all areas.


+2

the tone was really... -_-;

it was also very sloppy
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#9
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+2

the tone was really... -_-;

it was also very sloppy


I still stress the one take and sound recorder thing...

I assumed that you'd all take into consideration that I plugged in directly from my pedal to my sound card, rather than using a mixer or extra eq.

Thanks for the tips though!