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Apr 6, 2005 | 5:56 PM EDT
File Info
1.5 MB
1 min 5 sec
2.17 / 5.00

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Rated 2.17 / 5 stars
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Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal

Author Comments

a couple riffs i wrote & threw a lead over it. nothing special. its best quality i can get



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty cool

I got more of a RR feel from the riff.What Bodom riff was it?Well it was a pretty cool tune man keep it up.

HDG responds:

yeah, i'm glad you noticed the randy rhoads influence. infact, my friend said that this one sounded particularly like Randy's sound, which i like a lot. and i think the Bodom riff might have been Thrashed, Lost & Strung out. i'm not entirely sure, cause i don't have the magzine the column it was in right now. and i don't know a whole lot of their songs cause i'm new to their music, but i'm really liking them so far. anyway, thanks a lot for the review.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I pretty much like everything about this except the guitar tone. It just seems really muffled and doesn't stand out as much as I think it should. Great work :)

HDG responds:

thanks... for the tone, i'm always working on it. if the 'muffled' sound you mean is in the lead guitar, it may be because i'm using the bridge pickup, which makes it a lot thicker. but anyway, thanks a lot for the review.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Woot woot go u!!! i am surprised that some of these are acually good i thought that u sucked, man i was hella wrong C

HDG responds:

awesome. thanks for the review. this is one of my personal favourites. be on the lookout for new uploads soon. Tell Your Friends!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I'll admit, I'm not way into the whole 80's metal style that this somewhat reflects, but this is pretty freaking nice. Great guitar, great blendings in the guitars, and you've got to love that drum machine.

Good work.

HDG responds:

thanks a lot! i'm glad you like it. this is probably my best upload right now. but i'll be putting up much more soon once i get to recording with my new amp. and actually, i don't think it was a drum machine. i got it from this looping program, so i think they're actual drum recordings, but it's looped. i could be wrong though, cause i'm really not sure. anyway, thanks a lot for the review.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

your rock man

The guitar work is really good here. It sounds like you're using a metal pick for the lead solos. Am I right?
In the intro of the solo the first phrase was kinda repetitive and lasted a bit long but the solo was outstanding after that.
The quality was a bit off but still pretty good. Its really hard to get that good "groove tube" sound from a computer yanno? I think you did good on the quality level personally.
I really don't have any suggestions except for keep playing away. Try adding in more and more licks to your solos. And keep rocking man. Jeez I love that sound.

HDG responds:

Thanks. for just about everything i do, i use a Dunlop 2mm Gator Grip Pick cause i've broken all my smaller ones. yes, the beggining of the solo is repetitive, and that's why i did a fade in. i wrote the rythm riffs a while before, but the entire solo was done that day (well technically the 2nd day since my first rec of this one was pretty bad). for the quality, i get the best i can, which isn't great, but it's alright. if you were to put it on, say your ipod (like i did) it doesn't sound very good. i just use this vocal mic i got from Radio Shack (before, it was a computer mic). be on the look out for new recordings (with my new 200w amp!). and incase you haven't already checked it out, my very first 2 uploads are pretty crappy, so spare me the embarasment... anyway, thanks a lot for the review.