Actually, this is very good! It is crucial that you got a good timing and a very good picking! The only thing you should pay attention is a little softer transition between chords.
Take a look :
In the first part of the lesson we have these chords - F/A#/Gm7/C/Am/Dm..
Now pay attention to every second chord in a line - A#/ C/ Dm !
Your last tone of each of these chords is too short, try to extend it a bit and you'll get soft and smooth transition that I'm talking about
QUOTE (JTaylor @ Mar 13 2012, 11:36 PM)
Also Sinisa, if you would be so kind as to tell me your honest opinion of that tone I have, I would really appreciate it. I'm having a lot of problems with clean sound with my new setup. I am using a Boss-ME25 and a Jackson JS32R. Thanks!
Ahhhh,Jackson . A good guitar - but for Metal
! Very difficult for a some calmer tone. Am saying this from personal experience: it really has a good clean sound, but it's always too sharp, and I hardly managed to get some smooth tone. Try to experiment with the middle and high tones of the equalizer, to cut it off a bit. Of course, the middle range are the most important for the guitar, and am saying this in case if you need to record some demos, this approach you can't use on live gigs - you risking a weak and undefined tone,no matter how much you gonna crank up amp volume pot !