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One of my musical goal as a guitar player is to exercise restraint, and only give solo when you need to. I've learn this thing with a conversation with Funkystan lately. He somehow got me when he particularly mentioned about putting a solo on a track. In songs like these It should be spot on and filling out the space. It then should be short.
Also I have to thank Uncle Tof and other people such as Frankiej, they're the ...