This is the only way I've ever "broken" strings. It's cause by the intense strumming, and I've had random ones pop that i didn't think i was even playing. So i would say let up some... and personally I'd only change the one string if you"re only 2 weeks into that set (depending on how many hours a day you play).
Thanks for all the feedback guys. my apologies for leaving it in such an unfinished state. i'll be taking the guitars out for the finished product, i just used them to keep ideas flowing. I'll definitely add some more ambience to it, i appreciate that suggestion.
MustaKuura, i agree about the intro... still trying to find the right sound for it. after i take out the guitar section i think i'll find a way to build it up.
Wow. this is really interesting, you've done a terrific job making this work on guitar pro. I purely enjoyed it throughout, and the Bass as G really made a big impression on me. Nothing that i feel able to crit haha. very very nice work indeed.
This is the third installment of "Garsh!". The first two have been posted at some other date, and i'm too much of a noob to put them in this post or in my sig or whatever the hell you kids do these days with your walkie talkies and your windows 95.
I would say that some of these straight pm chugs could be changed, or left out. Its all very repetitive, and none too interesting to begin with. maybe work on changing your rhythms around, or trying throwing in non-triplets into your triplet sections.
As for parts unlike these, they were welcome breaks, but seemed... unfocused in a way. get into these parts and try to pull out some strong melodies.
Pretty fun listen, the riff that first shows at measure 26 is pretty awesome, and i was glad to see it reappear a couple times. Some of the leads felt bland, and to me the rhythms were fine on their own.
This was enjoyable. And who gives a F*** if you can play it? its still music, regardless of the medium its presented in. So bravo on conception and completion of this piece. It kept me interested, but not in a "whats that terrible sound i must look" way. Your structure really stood out to me. Going from one feel/riff to the next was fairly seemless, and most often done with no choppy bits. I say, great job.
i will say this is much more enjoyable than most others. Love the fact that there is a solid true riff, music lacks that too often. the 3-2-0 pulloffs i would try as 2-1-0, but thats just preference. interesting piece.