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J@Ks Zoom Guitar Jam 4

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Some sweet Geeeeetarh to amuse you. Just a little something a friend and myself put together in my lounge room recently. Hope you enjoy.

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That is some wacked up shit!

But in a good way. I mean holy shit man what are you doing to that guitar it sounds like it's on crack! Hahaha no but seriously this was a fun piece to listen to as well as you playing it.

gamejunkie responds:

Thanks Wegra. I was pretty wasted when this track got recorded, so yeah. And it was just a little freestyle jam session with friends, so whatever came out, came out. Glad you liked it.

Cheers gamejunkie.


I'm not a big fan of Heavy Metal guitar music, so I didn't like this as much as your other jams. Not a good way to start the song. I heard this song more as playing a bunch of random notes on the guitar. I'm glad you will be making full songs in the future, but please don't make them sound like this jam (no offense). This sounded like a solo you would hear in a live stadium, but in a bad way. I prefer the other jams I have heard so far. Overall, it wasn't really that bad, so a 7/10.

gamejunkie responds:

Thanks for the review. I understand they can't all be 10's. LOL!

Cheers gamejunkie.

Not my favorite

Really don't know what to think about this one. I like my audio to have some sort of rhythm, melody and structure. But this seems to be just a mass of chaotic noise. I understand it takes some considerable talent to produce said noise, and I think it would be better placed in making an actual song. Of course, this coming from a guy who's never picked up a guitar in his life, and has no idea what to do with one.

Melody, rhythm, harmony. Keep these in mind for your next submission. You could probably make a decent song with the elements you've presented here.

M3 of the Review Request Club

gamejunkie responds:

Thanks for the review, much appreciated. And I understand totally what your saying, but keep in mind, this was just an impromptu picking up of the guitar and letting it wail. It's basically 64 seconds of freestyle. Was trying to play something with a little bit of a Hendrix feel to it, that's all.

Cheers gamejunkie.

Jam Session?

This is a bit overdone. i think you're using to much gain,it sounds like a car engine.if you're just showing us your abilities,then you have a pretty varied set of abilities,and you can use them in decent combination.

im a fan of the electric guitar and i love to hear some screeching once in a while,but i don't think you've mastered this skill yet. try using your skills in the midst of a song,and see how that works. it takes time to master something,so don't get frustrated.

i suggest to kick off the gain,give it more of a clean feel,and lower the mic volume,i can hear you hitting the frets like you're going crazy(and i can hear the strums). good thing,but also a bad thing if you're going to record actual songs. thats just my two cents.

Review Request Club

gamejunkie responds:

The gentleman playing this piece has over 50 years playing experience, its not the playing that's bad. I was getting used to a new Zoom controller and the quality of the recording is not the best. But it was a Jam session with friends after all. BTW if you knew who was playing this your head would probably explode. And your comments would be a lot different.


Really got some Hendrix vibes from this jam. That or Morello. Really digging it.

With skills like this, you should without a doubt be in a band. This would be an awesome intro to a killer piece. Would love to hear what kind of song would follow such an intro.

gamejunkie responds:

Thanks again. Some better stuff to follow. Full length songs included. The testing is over, so more good stuff coming soon.

Cheers gamejunkie.

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2.85 / 5.00

Jul 3, 2011
12:22 AM EDT
General Rock
File Info
999.6 KB
1 min 4 sec

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