#1
I'm going to get in a band as a rhythm guitarist, if I play well in their audition. I think I do pretty good, but I'm not fully comfortable with my rhythm feel yet. How can I improve it?
Thank you very much! This is one of the most important steps in my life.
#2
1. Metronome.
2. Metronome.

Or, if you are like me, just feel it.


If you can't, get a metronome.
#3
follow the drummer.
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#4
Go with what you feel!
If you're a good rhythm guitarist, you'll know how to sync in with the rest of the band.
#6
Quote by Winsbury
get a metronome, go slow at first practising rhythms, then gradually speed it up.
if you have guitar pro, that has a metronome on it


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#7
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follow the drummer.

+1, but before audition, practice songs you know along the cd...
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