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Mar 14, 2009 | 10:42 AM EDT
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2.9 MB
3 min 9 sec
4.24 / 5.00

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Who doesn't know "Pink Panther"? Well, here's an improvising on it- Black Panther!

Two classical guitars, just a tad of effects. This took a while to arrange properly, and even so there are some fails. But, it's doesn't suck completely...

It's kinda groovy, I think... Reminds me of Andy McKee's stuff, for some reason.

Enjoy, leave comments!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This is literally perfect for a school project I have to do. Some emotional journey thing in my acting class. I mean this is the perfect mood setter. Now all I have to worry about is if my subject is ok with my teacher.

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thecoreman responds:

Feel free to use it, man. I'm glad that you liked it, and I'm more then happy that you'll use it for a school project. Just remember to credit me ;-)

Thanks for the review!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Not perfect, but nice. I like the concept.. I wonder when I'll be able to play guitar smoothly (still learning). Oh, I hope I hear more from you, lol.

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thecoreman responds:

Thanks animchan, I'll upload more when my guitar gets fixed, maybe recording of my band. So hold your breath (not really though, you could die).



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Identity crisis

Hey man, first off, neat idea. And I'm digging the two acoustics hanging together like that. However, I think you guys should decide on whether this song is going to be triplet based, or duple based. I think you each either have your own idea about what it is and that's what causes the problems. Once you get that figured out, work on your new feel, and definitely work on your tempo with each other because you guys are all over the place. I know it's hard because there is no drummer or bassist to help out. Practicing with a metronome is always a good idea. I think if you take those ideas to heart and possibly re-record it it would be miles better.

thecoreman responds:

Thanks for the constructive words, mate. I'd love to re-record it, but the guitarist I played it with is not in the cointry anymore...

I'll try to work more with a metronome.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

it's kool.

almost makes the room cold.

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thecoreman responds:

Haha, thanks mate!