#2
Pretty cool.


Might wanna review the chords for the song though. A couple were off I think.

Might wanna work on making your voice less shaky. My advice would be sing in a key you're comfortable with.

Otherwise, good job.
#3
One thing that would improve your playing greatly... Metronome. Your tempo throughout the song was all over the place, a metronome will eliminate this problem. Also, you may want to explore strumming techniques to add some variety to your chords, this is very easy to do, and is a minor stylistic change.
Last edited by Ape_Natural at Sep 3, 2008,
#4
The chords were wrong. the timing was inconsistent. I won't comment on the vocals as this is ultimate guitar not ultimate vocalist.
#5
Quote by dafrimpster
The chords were wrong. the timing was inconsistent. I won't comment on the vocals as this is ultimate guitar not ultimate vocalist.
ouch, but thanks for the criticism.


I'm sorry, but could you clarify about the timing? I probably just have a very bad ear for it but while I was watching the video I counted 1,2,3,4 in my head and it seemed alright to me.

Also do you know where I can find the right chords?
I used this tab for the song http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/p/pink_floyd/wish_you_were_here_ver5_tab.htm
edit:nvm about the tab, I just saw that I've been doing the intro wrong.
Last edited by Masamune at Sep 4, 2008,
#6
I agree about the timing and the strumming pattern. It didn't seem fluid enough.

My advice would be not to count it but to imagine the song playing in your head. I think counting makes it more robotic and out-of-time.


mind if you check out mine? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=16140224#post16140224
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On second thought, **** tuning forks. You best be carrying around a grand piano that was tuned by an Italian