#2
i actually really enjoyed it. keep up the good work.
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#8
wow. i'm impressed.
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#10
nice, now i feel like learning the song, i had quit after trying the first solo, but i''l learn it now
#11
Absolutely awesome!

You did a really great job. The lead work is stupendous.
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#19
Damn, sounds awesome! Really good sound. Nice guitar vocals too! I've got some stuff on my profile, but not in the same league as that by a mile
#22
Hey, once again, your song kicks butt. The only thing I will say is that the wah wah effect for the vocals is getting a little old. I know it's like your signature on your songs, but maybe just distortion or another effect will do the job just as nicely or even better.
#24
Very nice dude!
Had not heard any of your other stuff yet...so this was a pleasant surprise.
Sounded pretty damn on just about every where in there. Nice tone too.
I'm gonna have to re-learn this sucker....Our old band played this tune all the time back in the old days. It was always the last tune right before the break, when we did two sets. Ya got me inspired again dude. Thanks!



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#25
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Very nice dude!
Had not heard any of your other stuff yet...so this was a pleasant surprise.
Sounded pretty damn on just about every where in there. Nice tone too.
I'm gonna have to re-learn this sucker....Our old band played this tune all the time back in the old days. It was always the last tune right before the break, when we did two sets. Ya got me inspired again dude. Thanks!



Don


Wow thats a great compliment, i think this is an amazing song to play live, but i dont have a keyboard player on my band so that sucks...
#26
Your tone and guitar playing has improved a lot since I last listened to one of your recordings... I recognize your username from a couple years back, everyone improves over time but this cover is awesome. Well done. Now I wanna listen to all your recordings (probably not Jump though)
And I thought I had the perfect RR tone, you come pretty close too.. what's your rig? Please don't say this is still a Marshall MG, it'll just prove that any amp can sound amazing at a low volume when recorded right.
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#27
good playing, your technique is very good. As a matter of opinion I don't like the wah effect used for the vocal lead, it just felt overdone after 30-40 seconds... I feel like it would sound better with just delay, vibrato and a whammy to emphasize some notes...
#28
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Your tone and guitar playing has improved a lot since I last listened to one of your recordings... I recognize your username from a couple years back, everyone improves over time but this cover is awesome. Well done. Now I wanna listen to all your recordings (probably not Jump though)
And I thought I had the perfect RR tone, you come pretty close too.. what's your rig? Please don't say this is still a Marshall MG, it'll just prove that any amp can sound amazing at a low volume when recorded right.


YES SIR, ITS THE SAME CHEAP ASS ****ING AMP, THE MARSHAL MG 15

I think you can get good tone out of any amp, some people just surrender but they not try enough. The problem with me is that i can get good tone for this recordings, but live...i CANT use that same little amp, and since i dont have a larger one i have to use other people's amps that im not used to, and its hard to dial a good tone in little time
#29
I think your ability merits an amp upgrade! I don't know your money situation so sorry if this pisses you off.
And your Welcome to the Jungle cover...
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#31
i always loved how you did the guitar vocals. Smooth and Paranoid still blow my mind, you gotta do this for Crazy Train and/or You Shook Me All NIght Long.
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