#1
ill try ur settings. The most problem i got is im out of time with my solos. i need to learn how to use a metronome.

where can i get a good one online?

I think a majority of my problem with playing in general is not in time. Everything sounds better when its in time..


How come my solo doesn't sound like his solo. Cause its not in time. Songs recorded are perfectly in time. I don't wanna be perfect on time.

any ideas how to practice? Dont just say a clicky metronome. I mean some good pointers please?

ty who have helped me out so far.
My newest cover Rivers Of Babylon sublime style.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=J_E7iWLxmiA


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taylor 310
Fender strat MiM
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Tone port ux2
tascam dp4
80s rock, classic rock, classic metal
#2
Try BestMetronom.com. Start slowly and don't speed up til you play clean. After a while I feel like I have a metronome in my head.
#4
Learn to subdivde the beat.

1 Whole note = 4 beats in 4/4
1 half note = 2 beats in 4/4
1 quarter note = 1 beat in 4/4
2 eighth notes = 1 beat in 4/4
4 sixteenth notes = 1 beat in 4/4
8 thirty-second notes = 1 beat in 4/4
16 sixty-fourth notes = 1 beat in 4/4
32 one hundred-twenty-eighth notes = 1 beat in 4/4

"Simple time signatures consist of two numerals, one stacked above the other:

the lower numeral indicates the note value which represents one beat (the "beat unit");
the upper numeral indicates how many such beats there are in a bar.
For instance, 2/4 means two quarter-note (crotchet) beats; 3/8 means three eighth-note (quaver) beats.

The most common simple time signatures are 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4"

Everything in quotes is from Wikipedia because I'm lazy.

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