#1
This is like my second this week lol. Anyway, this was orginally gonna be a thrash thing but i don't think it really turned out that way in the end. It was quite demanding to record, some pretty awkward rhythm guitar. I after this I may start doing some of my older style things.

The only thing i'm not sure about is the drumming in the verse which is the really fast bit but i can change it. Sometimes it sounds ok and sometimes it doesn't


It's the first song in my profile. http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/Donkey+Fly/

C4C as usual.

Thanks.
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Last edited by Donkey Fly at Mar 22, 2008,
#2
Crikey, nice job.
Does need vocals.
Everything was still pretty awesome, then the lead part was great. What scale did you use for the lead part?
Once again, you manage to pull off a pretty good tone with your MG.
Maybe it's your playing that makes it sound alot better.

Good job all around. Maybe slow down the drumming a bit. Really nothing too wrong with it.

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#3
Thanks. I'm not sure what scale I used, it was just improvised nothing planned with it.

Ill check yours out now.
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'...and those who fought on that day of honor, the day of victory shall be forever remembered as Lime Green' - Oct 31st 08