#2
damn pretty good man, def sounded a lot like it, haha. Dist sounds a lil harsh at times...but the song sounded right on, nice.
#4
umm...... sounded pretty good, use the same distortion throughout the whole song, and ease up on it a bit, sounds like AC/DC went death metal... lol. But pretty good! I'm just about the same age, what amp do you play through? if you ever get a chance, play a Roland Micro Cube on Brit Combo with full gain and a bit of reverb. do that, it sounds almost spot on! 7/10
Quote by silhouettica
Oh, DON'T use a knife. It cuts through your strings. I did that once, thinking, its the Low E, its invincible. Turns out, its not...

Quote by Kensai
Awesome
#5
lol... I play through a fender FM15 dsp but i keep in on clean channel and then just use my ds1
Can You Shread?
I Can! <-- Click Here
#6
Get you some drum loops to play to and keep playing. I was 15 when I started playing and wish I would have been more dedicated. I stopped at age 16 cause I was more interested in girls and running around. Then 29 years later I started playing again. I always had guitars laying around all those years but never played much. Then I was asked to run a mixer for a show (my cousins band) and the bug hit me again. I built a studio and started playing and recording. What Im saying is. Dont quit !!! Keep pluggin away.
#7
Nice but as said before problem with disto. Also the intro and solo ain't very clean but you just have to play again and again and not stress