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Ozzfan486  
28 Jun 2010 18:27 | Quote
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Covered the solo to it.

Here's the widget. Just click the title.


EMB5490  
28 Jun 2010 18:34 | Quote
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few things honestly, im not usually one to critique harsh but you have easy potential so take it more as a complement...

1) work on your bends, even though its a soulful solo and bends are slow work on getting them at the pitch faster, you may have done it just for this but always get those bend up in pitch.

2)work on your vibrato, its there, just a bit shakey no pun intended :)

3)your tempo is a bit off when you play the faster parts, may be thaty it was a quick take and doesnt matter but nail those things down like a rusty nail in a floorboard.

i liked it though. contained right notes and accutare techincal playing! :)
nater2  
28 Jun 2010 18:50 | Quote
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i would echo EMB. but overall it sound good. just curious, what setup are you using. as in guitar, effects, bla bla
EMB5490  
28 Jun 2010 19:41 | Quote
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yeah, it honestly sounds a bit digital (then again everything sounds digital to me :)
Ozzfan486  
28 Jun 2010 21:15 | Quote
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It is pretty digital, as much as I hate to say it.
Fender Frontman 212R, Epi Les Paul. Recorded through an MP3 player.

I'm trying to save up for a Marshall MA100 half stack, but it's more like a wish, as well as a Gibson, because I can't find a job.

Anyway, to the playing, after listening back myself, I can hear everything you said. Quite frankly, it surprises me. It feels like I have a better ear than I do fingers. I'm going to work on it. Thanks.

Ozz
EMB5490  
28 Jun 2010 22:05 | Quote
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honestly save up for a boutique amp or a fender blues jr and some good pedals. dont go with name brands like marshall, especially some of the crap they put out today.

yeah, i find sometimes ill play something and think it was great listen back to hear its a pile of **, most of the time now i know what ive done but theres always that moment.

keep it up
Ozzfan486  
28 Jun 2010 22:39 | Quote
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Nah, I've heard this Marshall. Plus, that IS saving up for me lol.
Anyway, I re-uploaded a different version. Probably not much difference, but check it out. It's on the widget up there. ^^
EMB5490  
29 Jun 2010 08:26 | Quote
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defintaly sounds better, i think if you wanted a less digital sound use your treble pickup, i know slash uses his rhtyhm but the digitalness get rediculous on the rhythm. defintalty sounded better.

try it with a metranome, your timing/tempo is still off, you speed up and slow down in various places. try to stay the same.
Ozzfan486  
29 Jun 2010 13:47 | Quote
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Yeah, I tried that too. It sounded too tinny still. Plus the tone knobs on Epi's sucks. It's either full tone, or none, and there's not much distinguishable in-between. That's what I've heard from it anyway.

And for timing, eh. I don't really think too much about that being I didn't record with anything to keep beat. When I'm with a drummer I can though. :P
AlexB  
29 Jun 2010 18:16 | Quote
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it wont loaaad
Ozzfan486  
29 Jun 2010 20:52 | Quote
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http://www.showcaseyourmusic.com/capnjake

There ya go dude.
AlexB  
30 Jun 2010 01:15 | Quote
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i think you should record it with the backing track! that way we can really judge,since its a cover


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