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Andrew Smith
31 years old
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Sunnyside, Utah, USA
Born July-7-1989
I love music and will be attending a music academy next year to pursue a career in music production/business. I have played guitar for 4 years, and I have messed around a little on drums, piano, and bass.
Joined: 1-October 07
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12 Oct 2007
This is me playing a version of Layla. It is only the solo. The main part is improvised, which was interesting because I used some tapping which I have never done before in improv's. I just started doing a little bit of it tonight. That is why the solo has some really dull and crappy sounding parts because I start thinking "Maybe I should tap again, and if I am going to where should I would I have to do this too...or this!!!"....AAAHHH I never think during solos.... I then added some harmony parts over a few things which is why it is not in video form. They are all one takes, which is why they aren't perfect. All in all it took about 25-30 minutes. Just for fun, not trying to be serious. It is done on my homemade Frankenstrat, into a Bad Monkey overdrive, into my Vox AD30VT. It is then mic'd up with the mic about 1/2" away from the speaker.

I did this after studying the Harmony, and tapping lessons in the video section for about 1 week. This is what came out.
3 Oct 2007
Here is a link to me playing some Queen solos. I just got some stuff together to record and tape some stuff so i will be posting a lot of videos in the next few weeks so go ahead and subscribe if you want to. I wont just be playing Queen stuff, there will be a big mix of metal, rock, country, blues. Please leave comments. Good or bad I don't care. I need the critisizm.
1 Oct 2007
Hi all, I am brand new to the website.

I am a Brian May fanatic, and have been studying his style for 4 years now. The one thing that I have never been able to understand is how he develops his harmonies like God Save The Queen for example. I watched an read the Harmonies video on the site, but Brian's are so much more detailed and overdubbed with different parts (not playing the same thing exactly.) Does anybody know how Brian works out these harmonies? I have just got into recording heavily and I want to try one, but I don't know where to start.
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