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Critique my rhythm tones please.

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by sage97, Dec 28, 2005.

  1. sage97

    sage97 Member

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    I have to warn you guys. I am an acoustic guy who's recently discovered the joy of playing electric guitars. All I've been doing lately is experimenting with OD and distortion tones.

    I apologize in advance since my playing needs a lot of improvement. This is also the reason why the clip is so short. Also, please disregard the "lead" tones as I just put that in there at the last minute for kicks. I am more interested in receiving feedback on the rhythm tones.

    It's the one called Seether. I did not intend to copy the original tones.

    Thanks in advance for putting up with a newbie. :)

    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemusic.cfm?bandID=248672
     
  2. red firebird

    red firebird Guest

    Well, it really depends on where it's supposed to go. Like this it's quite rough and mean, fitting a quite rough and mean song ;-)
     
  3. sage97

    sage97 Member

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    YEAH! That's what I was shooting for - rough and mean! All my other music is mellow and sleepy and I wanted to do something really different.

    Thanks firebird.
     
  4. ACfixer

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    A little palm muting thrown into the chord changes wouldn't hurt. :AOK
     
  5. sage97

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    I know I need to work on my playing but what did you think about the tones?
     
  6. ACfixer

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    For the kind of music you are playing it sounds fine to me. Try playing parts of the progression with your right hand (assuming you are right handed) resting on the strings. You'll get a heavier flavor.
     

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