#2
tune up before recording firstly
secondly, its pretty good, but with those sustained notes at the start, a bit of vibrato can go a long way in making them sound more interesting

also, for the faster parts, try switching to the bridge pickup to increase the clarity
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#3
Quote by Sonny_sam
tune up before recording firstly
secondly, its pretty good, but with those sustained notes at the start, a bit of vibrato can go a long way in making them sound more interesting

also, for the faster parts, try switching to the bridge pickup to increase the clarity


tune up? its in d# isnt it?

My vibrato needs work i know. Do you know any good songs to get it working more emotionally? or is it just something at comes to ya?
#4
Quote by grunger
tune up? its in d# isnt it?

My vibrato needs work i know. Do you know any good songs to get it working more emotionally? or is it just something at comes to ya?


he means get in tune. all in all not bad though. +1 for switching to the bridge pickup for the faster parts and work on vibrato