yupMy way if practicing with a metronome is just setting it to a songs bpm and playing over it. Any other ways?
I can play to a metronome no problem, it’s even a crutch. My problem is playing without one (or without a good drummer). My tempos shift way too much on my own. It’s only rarely it becomes an issue since most of the time I’m not playing solo, and if I am, well it’s just me! But sometimes I’ll start something too fast or too slow. It’s a problem, I need to work on it.....
Yup..that’s him!Wonder if he’s the cat that takes the killer solo on the live Ivan Lins album I like so much?
Is that him?
Yea... but Leonardo Amedo hasn't slept with half of the hottest 10 women in Hollywood...Yup..that’s him!
He’s mainly a “hired gun” in the vip Latin and jazz scene.
He used to live in Holland, I had ensemble classes with him during my music study. Omg that dude has groove....and skills...and taste.
Google John Mayer leonardo amuedo...youll find a funny clip where those two get set up to do a guitar dual...I think JM was a little tipsy.
But Leo plays one lick to make his point...JM rolls his eyes in a “wtf manner”...and leonardo is a real gentlemen after that and plays along without crushing egos
I think its huge. I play everyday but I don't practice everyday. When practicing, it's an indispensable tool I try to use during some part of that time.How often do you all practice Timing with a metronome? I did when I learned how to play but was wondering how many of you feel the need to practice timing with a metronome.
I think it depends what kind of stuff you want to play.I seem to consistently play just a hair before the beat. Its consistently at the same spot though. Is this a problem? Keep in mind I'm mostly just a bedroom guitarist who jams with friends occasionally.