The Secret Books

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The cross dialogue of guitars in the improvisation "The Secret Books".

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Nice improv. I think the drums could be a little more prominent, and could help give the song a bit of structure.

It's funny - your songs seem to alternate between extremes. On the one hand there are these usually very gentle orchestral synth pieces, and then on the other hand these improvs with distorted and sustained electric guitars. It's nice to have variety within your style, and you certainly do.

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Hi, Milo! Thanks for comment! I like classical music, and also hard styles :) Sometimes classical music more hardest, true! :D Some groups organically combine classics and metal, for example Lacrimosa, Haggard, Y. Malmsteen, etc.
For example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oyjmMzz3OM
Guitar and synth tales... https://www.youtube.com/user/Psyocean/

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