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post Feb 11 2009, 03:54 PM
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So this morning at about 1 am I woke up and had some (for whatever reason) a bunch of cool riff ideas and structure, So I recorded them and the riffs themselves im fine with, I quite like them.

But around the 00:50 mark I have a solo, I don't even really remember what I played exactly, I rushed it a bit cause I had a bunch of ideas and im always afraid of loosing them, So I was wanting some advice or suggestions on how I could change it around, keep it spicy and whatnot, And make it sound a bit more.....I guess "sophisticated", In a sense.
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post Feb 11 2009, 04:09 PM
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I love all your musics, especially the Marionette, such great power...Such great lyrics, you're a great composer...As for the solo, I don't like the way you enter into it, it reminds me of Kirk Hammett (Please forgive me for saying that), actually the whole solo looks simmilar to me, to be honest, from around 00:57-1:04 those were great licks applied adn than, from 1:06 to 1:09 I liked alot the harmonization, reminded me of X-Japan...Basicly, I like the ideas, don't like the descending pentatonics and bending cliches that remind of kirk hammett, just work on those and you'll do just fine...

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