#1May 21st, 2005 · 01:00 AM
3 threads / 3 songs
54 posts
Canada
Bluesmaster jam
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Score: 63.2%
Rank: 33nd
Battle: 2005-06


hey guys tell me what you think of this i made it with a backing track and a program called guitar fx it only took ten minutes and is just a jam .  i recommend the program highly, also i would like to mention that i love the blues and would like to correspond or trade ideas with other players, also if you are taking the time to listen please rate the song as well.

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#2May 21st, 2005 · 11:36 PM
31 threads / 19 songs
612 posts
Canada
Fluid runs, good choice of bends,vibrato and slides,also like the choice of backing track......
great job and keep them comin.
#3May 21st, 2005 · 11:37 PM
25 threads / 23 songs
127 posts
United States of America
It's very cool that you like the blues, you could work on your turnarounds, a lot of jam, not enough focus, but definitely keep it up
#4May 22nd, 2005 · 09:05 PM
14 threads / 12 songs
177 posts
United States of America
Nice jams, man. Brings me back to Monday night jams at the Bay...
#5May 23rd, 2005 · 02:57 AM
8 threads / 7 songs
113 posts
Bangladesh
I'm likin what I'm hearin here, nothin better than a good ole fashion jam. Some of the notes that are being played sound like they're not being played with confidence, so what I reckon, for a jam like this, turn the confidence up to 11 and you'll be kickin ass.
#6May 23rd, 2005 · 09:16 AM
1 threads / 1 songs
19 posts
United States of America
I'm a big blues fan and have enjoyed working over the Internet, maybe sometime in the future. My suggestion would be to back off the reverb and echo and try adding something like a  TS-9 tube screamer. Not bad reminded my of Jimmy Page, rock on
#7May 24th, 2005 · 04:21 PM
13 threads / 13 songs
84 posts
Croatia (Hrvatska)
Ya, like stavros said, u need confidence, you must jam but be aware of every tone u play, and know what you want, and make your fingers listen you. Guitar fx is rox, I have it, just demo version. I like your jam. Keep jammin'! and keep rockin'!
#8May 31st, 2005 · 12:21 PM
4 threads / 4 songs
29 posts
United States of America
If you could smooth this out a bit I definitely think you are on to something.  Keep experimenting though.  You got talent in there.
#9June 9th, 2005 · 12:26 AM
4 threads / 4 songs
31 posts
United Kingdom
sounds good, but it sounds to me like you got a bit bored half way through, even a little slapdash,and your not thinking of your timing all the way through. you got talent though man
#10June 13th, 2005 · 05:40 PM
8 threads / 4 songs
246 posts
United Kingdom
love the ideas - you've got a lot of great phrasing.  try making sure you know you major and minor pentatonics all over the fretboard inside out - there are moments when you seem not entirely sure which notes you can and can't hit!  If you really nail down the scales then you'll have the confidence that all the other guys are talking about.  Before you hit a note, you'll be 110% certain that its gonna sound right!!
#11June 23rd, 2005 · 11:57 PM
3 threads / 1 songs
94 posts
United States of America
Dude, this came out awesome for on the spot improv.    I love that kind of stuff.  A couple notes out of place but I doubt I could do better!  What happened to the end?
#12June 24th, 2005 · 09:07 PM
1 threads / 1 songs
23 posts
Austria
Groovy
classic stuff man, it sounds awesome! Brings md back home to Texas.

Craig
SUNERAL
#13August 7th, 2005 · 01:29 PM
3 threads
87 posts
United States of America
Bass is way to high. Drums a little too midrangey. Great track! Refreshing. Good lead tone that would have worked better if guitar was louder. Good playing.
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