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#1July 21st, 2005 · 09:00 PM
3 threads / 3 songs
54 posts
Ode to Bettencourt
Score: 72.7%
Rank: 21st
Battle: 2005-08

This might sound familiar to some.I did this to show a little more of my style of play in hopes of maybe writing some music with other band amp users. hope you enjoy

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#2July 22nd, 2005 · 03:50 PM
9 threads / 4 songs
90 posts
United Kingdom
technicalll really, really good. don;t usually go for the lead type thing either!
#3July 23rd, 2005 · 09:26 AM
5 posts
It's a good song , instrumental but good.
#4July 24th, 2005 · 11:25 AM
49 threads / 42 songs
493 posts
United Kingdom
An interesting and diverse virtuoso piece. A little messy in places but nonetheless some great technical playing. I may take you up on that
#5July 27th, 2005 · 07:29 PM
15 posts
United States of America
Ode to bettencourt
expand your horizon .....need some constructive criticism ?
#6July 28th, 2005 · 02:25 AM
11 threads / 2 songs
69 posts
United Kingdom
A Really good instrumental piece. Some places it loses tempo, and in other places you need to work on your picking speed. More practice and it would sound immense. Also, it's a bit short, don't know if you could make it longer, i was enjoying it
#7August 1st, 2005 · 08:29 PM
3 threads
87 posts
United States of America
This is just flight of the wounded bumblebee, isn't it?  I love the guitar tone.
#8August 6th, 2005 · 10:50 AM
2 threads / 2 songs
8 posts
United States of America
I think it sounds a lot like Van Halen's Eruption,but not as accurate,but pretty frikin close.
#9August 7th, 2005 · 01:25 PM
3 threads
87 posts
United States of America
Keep workin' on this stuff; you have a good feel for it.
#10August 11th, 2005 · 03:11 AM
3 threads / 3 songs
12 posts
United States of America
Wow. Ambitious.  A perfect take could sell big.  Randy Rhodes took guitar lessons until he died as a way to impose discipline on himself and smooth out rough edges.
#11August 13th, 2005 · 01:24 PM
3 threads / 2 songs
27 posts
United States of America
Well...I think that it's aparant that someone is a fan of Yngwie. I think that it's a little ambitious to say the least. I dig the neo-classical melodies a lot and the ideas in the tapping section are cool, I just think that you should try it at a lower tempo then bring it up. Over all not bad by any means, just rough.
#12August 21st, 2005 · 03:59 AM
15 threads / 11 songs
147 posts
United States of America
Pretty good. Try something with a rythm in the background.
#13August 27th, 2005 · 10:31 AM
Out of phase
You desperately need to slow down what you're playing so you can pick notes at the same time you're playing them. There are too many "notes" that you picked when your fingers weren't compressed to the frets hard enough to produce a clear sound. It doesn't matter how fast your pick hand picks if your left hand isn't up to par. Your tapping is just fine, but you desperately need to slow down and keep your two hands in sync with eachother. If you don't, you'll be banished to the annals of all the people who could but wouldn't. So, don't just stand there; pick up that guitar and get on over to the woodshed!
#14August 27th, 2005 · 10:47 AM
16 posts
United States of America
re: Ode to Bettencourt
that was kinda like Eruption but i hated the ending chords.  Otherwise it was a great song.
#15August 27th, 2005 · 05:08 PM
13 threads / 1 songs
408 posts
United States of America
I like your style. I'd like to work with you, unfortunately I hate saying that bc I don't have a song on here yet. I've got some cash in my pocket though lol. Hopefully will upload a song on here soon and you can check it out. Other members working together is just what I'm looking for.
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