#2
I thoroughly enjoyed that, nice job.
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#4
I too thoroughly enjoyed that
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#6
Good work man! I play that with a local band I am in, and it is one of the all time famous solos. Fun as hell to play, too.
#7
excellent.
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#8
Very nice playing. Me likes
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#9
Great. Nailed it, good phrasing as well.
If that's the kind of music you usually play, I'd sooner use my amps natural distortion with a wah pedal as opposed to a big, tone devouring Boss GT-8 as mentioned in the video description. And a more classic rock orientated guitar, too.
But I suppose you usually play heavier stuff, so that's fine.
But, you got the solo nailed, and the playing at least was great.

This is probably better situated in the riffs/recording forum as well.
#10
Really good stuff man.

Only problem that stood out to me was some of your bends. Particularly where the Joe Walsh part starts and you're bending more than one string/bending a string while holding other notes. Seemed like you were maybe bending too far/not enough.

Other than that it was great. Really interesting to hear it with a wah. Makes me wonder what a Metallica cover of it would sound like :P
#12
Quote by Habit Zero
Really good stuff man.

Only problem that stood out to me was some of your bends. Particularly where the Joe Walsh part starts and you're bending more than one string/bending a string while holding other notes. Seemed like you were maybe bending too far/not enough.

Other than that it was great. Really interesting to hear it with a wah. Makes me wonder what a Metallica cover of it would sound like :P

That happens with a floating trem; unison bends go out of tune and things. Bending one string slackens the rest. It's a pain.
#13
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That happens with a floating trem; unison bends go out of tune and things. Bending one string slackens the rest. It's a pain.



Really? Never knew that! Makes sense though. I played an Ibby Prestige with a trem at Sam Ash the other week, and even just resting my hand on the bridge was enough to loosen the strings (I'm used to playing a T-o-M bridge, so all my hand weight was on the bridge).

I don't know too much about trems admittedly, because I've never been in the market for one.
#14
it was very interesting, i liked it.

also, just fyi, wrong section. post it in the recording section under covers subsection
#16
good job, you deserve a better amp.
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#17
Brilliant!

EDIT: I just noticed you have another video of you playing the infamous Canon.

Another well done on that, it takes some skills
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#18
A very interesting rendition. I'm a complete fan of the original but your slightly heavier interpretation was excellent and i enjoyed it. You showed excellent emotion and great phrasing!

Some of the bends were a little suspect but your a great guitarist based on that solo!

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#19
great job, though it looked like you were cumming at one part of the video, that facial expression was priceless
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#20
As far as playing...great job...but I didn't like it wth the wah...
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#22
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is this a hard solo to learn?
i was thinking of learnin it?


It's reasonably hard to nail it, definitely isn't a beginner's solo.
#23
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I thoroughly enjoyed that, nice job.


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#25
Good rendition, I gave it 5 stars. Congrats man.
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#26
Thank you very much everyone to the compliments and the constructive criticism!! =]

For who that ask how much time its take me to learn it, it was a long time ago that i learn it and i don't rember how much.
#28
Wrong forum, moved.
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