Greetings all, It occurred to me today that there are at least a few musicians on this site and I've grown curious as to what they sound like in their playing. So, I've decided to create a thread as an open invitation to all who play music to record themselves and to make their sound available for their sciforums family. In this vein, I've had to take the difficult step of going first. I picked up the guitar a few years back. And devoted some small amount of time to learning how to play some songs. I was rather surprised to learn that I prefered the softer, more melodic acoustic songs than the harder metal tunes which had always been my preference as a listener. But such was the case. So, I present to you a list of various songs that I recorded using a crappy mic about a year ago for another thread. I had originally planning on ressurecting that thread, but when looking through it, I realized that none of the links were good anymore, so it would be only two pages of empty conversation with absolutely no working links. So. A new thread it is then. I will warn you right now that I'm no virtuoso. I have several flubs in my playing. And I can't even claim to be better now. I'm ashamed to admit that I put my guitar down and have severely slacked on practice for the past half a year or better. (A problem that I have begun to attempt to make up for lately, by the way. Funny how time passes.) Without further ado, my songs: Babe, I'm gonna leave you by Led Zeppelin Is There Anybody Out There by Pink Floyd Over the Hills and Far Away by Led Zeppelin Diadems by Megadeth Moonlight Sonata, Part One by Beethoven Monlight Sonata, Part Two by Beethoven Fur Elise by Beethoven Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd Dust in the Wind by Kansas Dee by Rhandy Rhoades Harder Stuff: Angel of Death by Slayer Unknown Slayer Tune (I'm having a brain fart and can't remember the title to this tune.) The Four Horsemen by Metallica Blitzkrieg by Metallica (Be gentle, good people. Should I put forth the pre-emptive defensive line of 'self-taught'? Muaha!) So? Let's here you now. Guitar. Piano. Jew's Harp. Whatever.