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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruthish View Post
    I am going to go against the grain here according to what everyone else has said. I don't mean it to be disrespectful, but everything sounds good except the guitar. To me, the tone(not the playing) just doesn't sound that good. It just sounds like it has way too much mid and high ranges and/or a not very good distortion patch. I know I am in the minority so I am just leaving you with my thoughts on it and its only my opinion. The song IS awesome, great playing all around and well constructed, I just think the guitar tone is holding it back.
    Always remember all comment is meant to improve, so no comment is a bad comment. That said, I'm in agreement with you. I'm not a fan of the tone either ... and first sought to minimize it in the mix.

    ... but the guitar in this piece is also, admittedly, inconsequential. It's support, not feature.

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