ANOTHER Shoot To Thrill cover (Malcolm’s Part)

22 Jan ANOTHER Shoot To Thrill cover (Malcolm’s Part)


Jacob Yergert

Im a college student from the Denver, CO area whole likes good, hard, rock n roll with no frills. Found Fil on Youtube 2 or 3 years ago, and now Im pretty active here :D

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    Posted at 18:35h, 24 January

    Nice cover – I guess echoing the earlier comments on the finger-picking part are, I also think the A, G, D chords there are open chords.

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    Posted at 23:08h, 22 January

    Not bad not bad. OK little mistakes but thats really fixed with some practise. What are you using for recording?
    Sounds a bit to loud:)

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      Posted at 23:51h, 22 January

      Yeah, I accidentally overloaded the mid-left-ish channel because of the way I rendered the audio, but I didnt really notice it until I exported the whole video because my sound was turned way down.
      I record using PodFarm because I dont have GuitarRig up and running yet. PodFarm isnt great, and the tone is kinda flat, which often leaves me to turn the master up to get a little more life out of the tone. I put it all together and render it in Sony ACID, where im pretty sure I forgot to turn down Mal’s channel as much as I should, which is why its so overloaded.

      I know my playing’s not great and my editing skills dont hold up to well. Its nice to get feedback from you and Snook though, you guys seem to be a pretty good standard when it comes to Malcolm style.

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    Posted at 14:24h, 22 January

    Nice one 🙂 deffinatly during the finger picking you need to work on that section i dont know the notes exactly but i know were to hit, so hard for me to eplain XD best way for me is for you to see my video of this


    i play both the malcolm and angus parts

    p.s yes i know i have spelt malcolm wrong ^^


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    Posted at 07:37h, 22 January

    What I noticed was in the verses you strummed the A chord at the end of each phrase once… I guess I hear it twice, but that’s just preference.

    The part where Angus is finger picking is my FAVORITE Malcolm part of all time. Really try and hammer down hard on that run, I think it does hit every note from F to A. I also think he plays the chords open rather than barred, but that’s just me.

    The overall progression from there on out progressively gets more wild. Malcolm’s guitar starts off really tight, not really letting the chords ring too much, and by the end he’s letting the chords ring a lot. In the studio version he also plays the E string run out of it, not sure about this one.

    Nice cover, great to see some Malcolm players out there!

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    Posted at 04:47h, 22 January

    I feel like I see Shoot To Thrill covers more than just about anything else, and here’s mine. I made a few mistakes, but comments and tips are always nice to receive!

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