#1
I took a song I wrote a looooong while ago (saltyeggshells, random name I know) and re-did it to make it sound better.
How much better is the improvement, and how can I improve it more? I'm thinking about making it go into a prog-type thing, or maybe incorporating some of these riffs/solos in a whole new song, but what is your input on all this?
Keep in mind the solos are just filler, if I ever recorded the song, I'd probably take the cool licks from the GP5 and improv the rest.
Will C4C too if you have a link in your sig/throw me one
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salty.zip
#2
its a bit too repetitive. what u could do is take the rythm from the old song and how its kinda faster sounder, and maybe switch it up and put that part in the new song too.
#3
Hmmm, well its not bad. The riffs were too simple for my liking, and a tad repetitive, also if you sped it up I think it would flow better (but don't write something your cant play). The solos sounded good in some sections and have a eastern sound to them, but then again you used the same scale a lot for instance going from 19 to 17 up and down the fretboard, that blues scale is nice but overused in a lot of music so I would try and look for some new scales or just sound it out to the riff....learn to improv from your head without a guitar in your hands! Then you'll truly no know boundaries when writing songs. Good song, again its not bad but there are a lot of improvements to be made.

Good work though, keep at it. Check mine if your have time (in my sig), maybe get some ideas?

Rodex