Here is my rendition of "Drag the Waters" by Pantera. I used Jammit to remove both studio rhythm and lead guitars so what you're hearing is just me. I replaced the rhythm guitar with my playing and wrote new leads for the solo section as well as the outro. Enjoy! \m/
this guitar is better than the guitar of the contest
Hey guys, since the contest is going to be wrapping up in the next day or so I just wanted to say thanks everyone for voting and leaving such supportive comments. I appreciate them all. Keep in touch with me on YouTube, see you there! \m/
Fucking Sick Shit Dime would be blown aaway
you're a monster player
this is incredible! :D
this has gotta win. you're unbelievable man
THIS IS IT!!!! u are so talented...
i wanna listen and listen again... :)
kill switch at the end of the solo.. AWESOME!!
amazing, rock on
Haha, love that killswitch button!
if i wanted to hear the exact same parts i would listen to the original instead of somebody else try to cover it. you have good ideas keep it up, plus i can actually hear you clearly as opposed to most of the other ones.
you have the best solos and tone
barev steve, saw you on facebook. vonts es? had to vote, well done!
sick dude, this is the best one imo
Those leads were BRUTAL! Loved your originality and character. Good luck in the contest. Cheers!
youve got this man.
I'm a 25 year old guitar player originally from northern New Jersey. I've been playing for the past 11 years and play both classical and electric guitar. Some of my influences include John Petrucci, Steve Vai, Jason Becker, Jimi Hendrix, and Dimebag Darrell. I play all styles of music but particularly like progressive rock. I'm currently a 4th year dental student at Columbia University in New York City.
I use Jammit frequently for practicing some of my favorite songs. What I frequently do in most of my covers is replace the studio recorded solos with my own, to incorporate my style with the original artist. Check out some of my work on my YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/stevedadaian