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    Quote Originally Posted by Farview View Post
    It doesn't matter what the guitars sound like soloed if the audience never hears them soloed.
    Eh, nah, if there's a breakdown/bridge/instrumental that only involves that set, then best to get it right

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    I just re-read the original post. I read it backwards.

    More than likely, the parts were played too tightly and have too similar of a sound. You can either change the tone of one of them or slide one part on the timeline a slight bit, until it sounds better.
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