#1
So my teacher asked me to play in my talent show.

I said no at first, but after I got home and played. I decided that I might do it.

I'm planning an improvised version of Crazy Train. I know it, almost to perfection.

But I'm a bit nervous. I wouldn't be playing with a band. It would be just me.

Anybody here have any tips? If I should do it at all ? lol
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#2
Dont over practice. Just get it so that you know it, and once you do, just do it now and then. And the day before, dont do it a million times either. Just like normal do it.
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#3
It's extremely risky to do a solo guitar thing like that. The general audience won't focus much on what your doing, but will pay more attention to what's not there. They will just think "that sounds bad". Then again, if you can play even somewhat quickly, it will impress them. Again, the general audience doesn't care much for instrumental music, so it's a tad risky.

If you think you can keep it interesting, go for it. Try and get a vibra-slap, that rattlesnake sort of sound at the beginning. People like novelty like that.
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