So, before I post this, I just want to let everyone know that I have some sort of undiagnosed neuro-muscular disorder, and it makes my hands shake (a lot). My progress (or regress, depending) is being recorded at Boston Medical's Neuro Center. I go in yearly and take a bunch of tests bc it may help me or others in the future. But right now, they don't know what it is. It resembles Parkinson's disease, but it's not. It's not alcohol or drug related. And I can have it for 4 days, and lose it for 10, or the reverse. I can have it in one hand, or the other, or both. It's still a mystery to everyone (which is why it's undiagnosed I guess lol) So, it comes and goes, but sometimes, I don't have the option of waiting to send something out. I'm not a fantastic guitar player to begin with, but that's what you hear with the guitar. I played as best I could with the shaking and then looped it for the singer. For the final, I will wait until my hands stop trembling. I'm leaving this track as the singer sent it to me (her reference mix) bc I'd like to hear what you think about her vocal in the track. I'd like to hear other people's opinions before I embark on what I typically do to her vocals. I'm going to take her vocal and play with the guitar to try to find some other places to go with it. What you are hearing is my initial idea I sent to her, and her vocal idea back to me. I'm curious what you think of her vocal as is, and if you hear another chord you would go to. It's just a little diddle in the key of G, so I know for chords I have C, D, Am, Bm, Em, F#....but nothing jumps out at me as an easy bridge. Any ideas or criticisms, factoring in that it's a rough draft, I'd love to hear. I wonder if I should just take that diddle and stretch it out.... I'm not asking you to write the song, I'm wondering if your musical minds here another place for that guitar to go (chord wise) bc I can hear the rest of the song in my head, but it's piano and strings. The guitar part I feel like I boxed myself in somehow. It's in G, so G=i, Am=ii, Bm=iii, C=iv, D=v, Em=vi, F#=vii. Is there a place that you would typically go for a bridge? E.g. the iv? I've mentioned before that musically, I'm a self taught hack. I'm taking lessons now, and it's filling in all the knowledge gaps, but I know that I am not a good musician. You fine folks are the musicians I talk to the most, and I greatly respect your experience and abilities....so spitballing ideas with you is a treat unto itself. Oh, the guitar is recorded with one of those Seymour Duncan sound hold pickups. The playing, I just need the right day....but I also have a bluebird mic, but it's not cooperating with my stand (it's a crappy stand)... Any thoughts on whether I would be better to record it mic'd through the BB as opposed to that pickup? For right now, those are the only two options I have and that guitar has no eq applied to it atm.