what does it matter if i'm a beginner or not?
Because I could cut you some slack if I thought you were just starting out. Your playing sounds as if you've been playing a few months at best.
my music speaks for itself.
Oh it sure does, loud and clear.
if you have specific feedback on how i can improve it, that would be great.
Sit in your room and work on your techinque (string bending, left hand vibrato, right hand picking, melodic improvisation, meter etc...). Where do I begin? I mean you are in the basement when it comes to being able to really play the guitar. Literally, the basement. I mean if someone asks you if you play the guitar you should say no, because you can't.
my musical goals are not to be up there in guitar players list of fastest guitarists like satriani, vai, etc.
Good. I don't know what your musical goals are but as a guitar player you're right, you are not even in that league. But you're not even in the ballpark of the guys I like: Angus & Malcolm Young, Reggie Young (Muscle Shoals), Steve Cropper, Cornell Dupree, David Lindley, Billy Gibbons, Leslie West, George Harrison, Danny Kortchmar, Greg Brown (Cake), James Honeyman-Scott, Elliott Easton, Jesse Ed Davis, Rick DiFonzo, Joe Walsh, Don Felder, Peter Frampton, Neil Geraldo, Neil Young, Steve Hunter, Jimmy Johnson (Muscle Shoals), Mick Ralphs, Don Rich, Nile Rodgers, Kerr Livgren, Don Williams, Pete Townshend, Robbie McIntosh, Buddy Miller, etc. How's that for a list of players you aren't even remotely like? You are nowhere even close.
why don't you post a clip of what you consider good guitar playing?
See any of the above for what I call great guitar playing. To be more specific, how about the slide melody to "My Sweet Lord" or any of the guitar on "Kid" by The Pretenders?
I realize the truth hurts and sometimes the people who tell the truth are vilified but c'mon, we both know I speak the truth. Right? I know you can't accpet it now but I'm really trying to help you. If the players who worked with me early on had shined me on instead of breaking my balls I would still be playing like you. Actually that is not true because I had natural talent from jump street unlike you. Yeah I had to work on it and develop my talent but I always had a strong right hand (the real players know the right hand is where it's at) and natural, vocal left hand vibrato.
Again, good luck bro. Put those CD and DVD plans on hold until you are truly ready.