#1
mmk, I'm auditioning for this jazz band at school tomorrow and I was wondering which song would give me the best chance of making it. I hate to think of it as "showing off" but I'd really like to make it.

There are I think 4 guitarists trying for it, and one of them is me and one of them told me he played "wake me up when septerber ends" and he said he messed up a lot....um..ok no comment

*the amps at school are clean only*

suggest some songs that you think would impress...

I think I might play the clean part of metallica's "one," with some parts of the fade to black opening in it. I'm pretty good at it but thats not really a jazz song... I'll probably warm up with the blues scale to show her I know it...

Wish me luck UGers!!

and suggest songs
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Last edited by thefoldarsoldar at Aug 24, 2006,
#2
you want to learn a jazz song that will have to be quite hard to impress by tomorrow!?!?
GOOD LUCK!
#3
yeah unless ur playin trumpet or sax, good luck with the whole "jazz" thing
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#5
I played alto sax in it last year, ass.

I'm just trying out for guitar.
I'll still play sax on some songs.

and ^knives^ all the amps are clean.....
Quote by Roc8995
Thin necks make you play faster because guitars with thin necks sound thin and bad, and you play fast to distract people from the bad tone.