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  • GmemberKills Thanks, I'd say track 2 (Speaking Nothings) is probably my favorite guitar track i did. Real excited that you might review, that's good you'll give it a fair amount of listens. If you review it don't be afraid to criticize anything either. I enjoy constructive criticism.
    April 19 04:01 PM
  • ZombicidalMan ... With some delay and OD. Get rid of the crunchy riff at the intro. If you did that I think it would sound really good. Just got to fine tune it. Sorry about the long message dude
    April 19 11:58 AM
  • ZombicidalMan Well, your timing is pretty bad in the first 60 seconds or so. Some of the riffs also don't connect, I think you played notes that aren't in the same key. The Chinese sounding licks were cool but you definitely got a note or two wrong. If you like that sound, look up the hirajoshi scale. The second half was actually decent. I'd change the song by starting with heavily reverbed minor chords, but play them slowly, draw em out. Then make sure the lead is in the same key and do that Chinaman riff
    April 19 11:57 AM
  • ksoflas Good thought man, Manowar are really popular in Greece and of course i am familiar with them. I used to hear " Hail to England " when i was young but now they sound to epic - true metal to me.I prefer bands like Helloween, Gammaray or Rage (mostly German power metal)." Land of the free" from Gammaray is my suggestion to you.
    April 19 05:50 AM
  • ZombicidalMan Hey, I'd be happy to expand on what I said/be less harsh! First, can you tell me which track is yours? Haha, sorry, I've just lost track at this point tbh
    April 19 01:23 AM

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