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Let's face it unless you've spent a lot of time working with a metronome, your timing could do with some work. This is especially true as you play rhythm guitar at least 90% of the time.
While this is a reference eBook of over 200 guitar rhythm exercises, it's essential for every guitarist. So, become a better musician by sorting out your timing once and for all.
If you want to be considered a good musician, then you will need a solid foundation. As a guitarist, if you can't simply hold a tempo and play with feel then it's unlikely that your phone will be ringing. While that is harsh, it's sadly true.
Therefore if you want to play with other great musicians and be gigging often, then you need to sort out your timing and feel. Especially as you will spend 90% of your time playing rhythm guitar.
While Rhythm Exercises in Common Time eBook is a reference book, it does contain 200+ rhythm patterns and ideas. All of which when practised at varying speeds with a metronome will enable you to fine-tune your inner metronome and make you easier to play with.
It's best to start with either a single note on the G string or an open chord. As you build confidence, you can then move the exercises around a chord pattern or scale.
This guitar rhythm exercises eBook is divided into two sections. The first section covers one bar phrases. Whereas the second section uses 4 bar phrases. As this ebook does get progressively harder and even the most advanced guitar player will be challenged by this ebook.
This eBook will enable every guitarist to practice their rhythm playing and therefore be easy to play with.
After starting drums aged 6, Ashley moved on to learning the guitar aged 10. Since then, he's played over 1,000 gigs and sessions, co-written for one of Japan's biggest boy bands, and taught 100 plus students. These ebooks distil Ashley's 20-plus years of guitar study. Learn more about Ashley.