#4
a proper link
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#7
you good technique, but try changing modes or something, or maybe going to a half-time feel, something just to change it up
#8
Quote by ironman1478
that was monstrously annoying. learn2phrase


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Quote by 18th_Angel
You're pretty good technique wise but it sounds pretty average. Maybe it just needs a backing track. Also the pitch of those bends didn't sound too good.



I agree, thanks
#9
Quote by jcb24
you good technique, but try changing modes or something, or maybe going to a half-time feel, something just to change it up



thats been a big problem ive been having. what would you recomend for learning transitions, and stuff your talking about
#10
What is this a solo to? It might sound great with a background track! but alone it sounds!!!
well let's just leave it at that.
#11
Quote by majik_1
What is this a solo to? It might sound great with a background track! but alone it sounds!!!
well let's just leave it at that.


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#12
You need to work on phrasing, it felt so unstructured.

I didn't like to tone either tbqh.

Hope it works out.
#14
who needs structure, through the fire and flames is just a whole bunch of random jibberish that they probably were playing in the back of a bus and said, this sounds good.

Its good that your fingers are close to the fretboard at all times and your right hand movements are small.
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#15
i kno what you should add.. a backing track!!!!
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#16
Man! I thought that was pretty good. Love the sweeps and tapping.

As you can tell I am easily amused
#17
Shouldnt this be in riffs and recordings? Really good solo tho.
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#18
It needs:

Better tone.
A backing of some kind; context is everything.
Phrasing of any sort, at the minute it's just some fast licks with space in the middle.
Better bending, those were horribly out of tune.
Better vibrato, I could see you tried to add some but it was almost inaudible.

It has:

Decent picking.

So basically: your picking is all right but EVERYTHING else needs some work.
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#19
Quote by silly hats
You need to work on phrasing, it felt so unstructured.

I didn't like to tone either tbqh.

Hope it works out.

exactly, not bad technique, just annoying tone and 0 phrasing.
#20
To clear some things up, no, i dont have good structure or phrasing or whatever. What can help me to GET better. And with everybody dissin my tone, I cant get anything to sound better and Im in no position to buy any musical equiptment.
#21
practice your bends man. things will sound better and smoother with good in tune bends.

it sounds like you're heavily influenced by the classical metal solo styles, so I would go straight to the source. Randy Rhoads, EVH, Richie Blackmore, Alexi, Yngwie and shit like that. Learn some of their solos and you will start to understand phrasing, melody, structure.


but **** it dude keep rocking and jamming out and good things will come
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