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madman3123  
28 Feb 2009 12:56 | Quote
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i recently finished an acoustic finger picking piece i've been working on and wondered what people think of it. Its got no vocals as I havn't thought of lyrics but i think its quite a nice piece.

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Phip  
28 Feb 2009 13:37 | Quote
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Madman,
i like some parts of this, some the ascending and decending parts.
got some string "buzz" going no there, try to get your fingers a little closer to the frets. try using the pads of your fingers instead of your nails. not easy to do i know.
timing is off in some places and some of the bass notes seem out of tune with the piece.
Keep working on it. I know this sounds a little bit negative but it's meant to be constructive not mean. I think it has good potential and yes, it does remind me of snowflakes in some parts.
Great thing about music is you get to have "do overs". It's nice to see other members interested in fingerpicking.
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madman3123  
28 Feb 2009 13:45 | Quote
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thanks my acoustic is a bit wierd with me it buzzes on certain frets and the timing will be an issue but i hate the sound of a metronome in the background.

Also i finished it while staring outside as snowflakes passed my window :D
patleh  
28 Feb 2009 14:13 | Quote
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i liked that hard rock solo? i think its called, as well. snow flakes was good, but yeah you got some sting buzzing.
soy.el.che  
28 Feb 2009 19:02 | Quote
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cool... pretty calm those snowflakes, but nice...
a tip on soloing.. start with a base lick you made, some cool ideas youve got there, just need to work in each idea
hell, i just wanna post some other things ive made.
madman3123  
1 Mar 2009 02:54 | Quote
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thanks everyone for the comments
@sol thanks for the tip I usually just listen to my backing track to get a feel then launch in feet first, planning has never been a charactistic of mine


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