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El Chiguete

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Here goes some late night testing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2EFxZSgE1M...
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Very good man, that's cool.  One of my fav Maiden albums after the first two of course  :thumb-up:.

It sounds good and playing sounds good as well.  It's ever so slightly thin sounding, I'm also not sure if it's being played on the bridge pickup, could be a combo of the neck or pup as well but it's nearly there.  Nice guitar too.  Where did you get the midi backing track?  Or did you make it yourself?

You know they are using Gallien Krueger 250mls on that album which are solid state.  Awesome sounds in my opinion.
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I was really doing a quick test of my smartphone's camera so I didn't tried to match his tone at all. I want this year to make full videos of me playing there in my room to upload in youtube so stay tune for that :)

BTW the backing track is from www.guitarbackingtrack.com
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Very nice El! The picture is very clear.
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Yep clear picture,and sound is a bit thin but you can make that a lot better.

BTW good playing,this song is not from my favorite maiden albums but the song by it self is pretty good.
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I was really doing a quick test of my smartphone's camera so I didn't tried to match his tone at all. I want this year to make full videos of me playing there in my room to upload in youtube so stay tune for that :)

BTW the backing track is from www.guitarbackingtrack.com

Oh well in that case it's fantastic if you didn't even  try to match the tone.  Really good job.

That was from the mic on your phone?  Shit I've heard a lot worse using actual microphones lol

Do "Loneliness of the long distance runner" next time  :thumb-up:

What you should do is video from your phone but record properly with proper mic and audio interface type set up or porta studio if you got one.  Then mix the video and audio in a video editing program.  I've even done that with windows movie maker!!

That way you get superior sound.  So record with you're camera, and record properly at the same time using what ever it is you use to record good quality with, then sync the video to the seperate audio you record, and scrap the audio track that the camera records itself.  It's pretty easily done so long as you know how to sync a seperate audio track.
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