#1
Im having problems keeping time while playing songs and i was wondering if theres any exercises i could do to help, its like when im playing along with a record or pissing about on my on i find it that im slipping out of time a wee bit, should i just play with a metronome more or is there anything else i can do? cheers

And sorry if there are hundreds of threads on this but i couldnt find any thing but i didnt try all that much
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#2
Its time to invest in a metronome, maybe learning time signatures would help to, never really had a problem with my timeing
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#4
Always practice with a metronome...........timing is an internal thing that you should be able to feel. It's sort of like dancing.....
#5
Practice a lot with a metronome.
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Im having problems keeping time while playing songs and i was wondering if theres any exercises i could do to help, its like when im playing along with a record or pissing about on my on i find it that im slipping out of time a wee bit, should i just play with a metronome more or is there anything else i can do? cheers

And sorry if there are hundreds of threads on this but i couldnt find any thing but i didnt try all that much


1) Get guitar pro (the "free" version) and learn the tab

2) Get a backing track and a metronome (buy it, it's always a good thing) and play on them without any guitar track on.
Last edited by rainboworiginal at Nov 27, 2009,