#1
My cover of the Buddy Guy song. Read the comments before you critique, please.

http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/imgooley/music/
#3
Yes he is. Do you have a comment on my cover?
#4
cool man, this is one of my fav buddy guy songs, I think I still have a jam I did of this in my profile. Guitar is great, vocals are a little bit pitchy, and the backing track could be louder, but good work overall.
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#5
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cool man, this is one of my fav buddy guy songs, I think I still have a jam I did of this in my profile. Guitar is great, vocals are a little bit pitchy, and the backing track could be louder, but good work overall.

Yeah, I was running the backing track from my comp to my spider 3. Didn't work out too well...

I don't know how to sing.
#6
I've never heard this song before, but you make me want to hear the actual version. Yours is really good, as the other guy said, just work on the vocals a little bit. Not everyone is a singer

Crit my cover if you would please: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=880809
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#7
Yeah, the backing track needs to come up a little, I don't think it would cut away from the impact of your lead part.

Even if the vocals arn't the strongest aspect, I still think they could be turned a little higher in the mix.

The Playing itself is quite cool, a slip timewise here and there but you could always just do another recording later

The tone of the guitar is really nice, but you're getting a little clipping in some parts, so try and work a way to cut down on that.

Thanks for the crit on mine!
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