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ThePusher  
1 Apr 2008 03:45 | Quote
Joined: 19 Jan 2008
Canada
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Kay guys, I was wondering if you guys could grade my stuff on my ultimate guitar page, alot of it is being deleted and being replaced by better stuff, but you know, also I've been playing for 10 months.

http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/thepusher/
Skold  
1 Apr 2008 08:47 | Quote
Joined: 14 Mar 2008
United States
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Sounds like a bunch of power chords with a few little runs. Still, if you came up with it yourself, then congrats - you're better than me.
TheUndying  
1 Apr 2008 15:26 | Quote
Joined: 23 Mar 2008
United States
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not bad dude, right where you should be at 10 months if not a little bit ahead. Keep it up!
ThePusher  
1 Apr 2008 16:37 | Quote
Joined: 19 Jan 2008
Canada
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Yeah the songs arent the best, but if you listen to my tapping example it should give you an idea of my skill.
Notim  
1 Apr 2008 19:10 | Quote
Joined: 08 Dec 2007
United States
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Keep it up Bro you'll get there ,your on the right track
les_paul  
2 Apr 2008 12:16 | Quote
Joined: 14 Feb 2008
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Yea sounds good, I thought you were a lot older and had played a lot longer than you have.
ThePusher  
2 Apr 2008 14:54 | Quote
Joined: 19 Jan 2008
Canada
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Thanks Man, I definitely just turned 14 and I will have been playing for a year in June.
Doz  
2 Apr 2008 15:52 | Quote
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I got an idea for you: going off the first track. Find a program to make a drum beat (cubase, guitar pro etc) and make a drum beat to it, then record the guitar over it with a simple bassline if you can get a bass from anywhere. It sounds quite interesting as a riff considering you're 14.

Could do with a more open sound on the EQ I think and a bit tighter playing... but you know, that'll come with time. As for the covers, keep learning new ones, keep practicing, practice along with the tracks and your set.
Skold  
2 Apr 2008 16:44 | Quote
Joined: 14 Mar 2008
United States
Karma: 3
Look up "HammerHead Rhythm Station". It's a decent drum program.
telecrater  
2 Apr 2008 18:27 | Quote
Joined: 13 Jan 2008
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when you start playing with a drummer be it a real person or binary machine. your playing will improve alot. it helped me a ton when i got a drum machine
Doz  
2 Apr 2008 20:48 | Quote
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Yeah, maybe you should start to practice with a metronome. A lot of people swear by metronomes, and I use one a lot aswell. If you get a program to make drum tracks, it'll be more fun then playing to a click.
Guitarslinger124  
2 Apr 2008 21:21 | Quote
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yea thats always a good idea...i always practice with a drum track...nothing worse than listening to music when the players are off tempo.
ThePusher  
3 Apr 2008 03:55 | Quote
Joined: 19 Jan 2008
Canada
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Yeah I know it I lost the tempo, but I was recording it at like 3 am one night, and I am still waiting to get my alot of my dads equipment, when I do get that I'll have a Roland to record on instead of my hardrive and I'll be able to record the drum & bass first as I can play those too.
Doz  
3 Apr 2008 12:53 | Quote
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United Kingdom
Karma: 10
Ah cool, look forward to hearing some stuff then.
ThePusher  
3 Apr 2008 18:12 | Quote
Joined: 19 Jan 2008
Canada
Lessons: 3
Karma: 3
Yeah man, I'll have it all soon


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