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should i use a metronome

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guitarbadass  
13 Oct 2009 11:16 | Quote
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should i? or is it a waste of time,
BodomBeachTerror  
13 Oct 2009 11:20 | Quote
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yes
guitarbadass  
13 Oct 2009 11:29 | Quote
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yes i should,or yes its a waste of time?
case211  
13 Oct 2009 11:35 | Quote
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definitely use one, I didn't for a while and i play everything too fast... save youself and get one and use it everyday.
gx1327  
13 Oct 2009 12:24 | Quote
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why would you not use one? how much time does it take to activate a metronome before you start playing that you would consider it a "waste"?
carlsnow  
13 Oct 2009 12:57 | Quote
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'Nome's are great !

i have an exercise i use on my students that involves "Noming" :

slow the Nome to say 50 or 60 BPM and play all your "fast stuff" at that tempo for a week or so, never speeding up. then , the next week (or lesson)play normally, and you will be amazed at how both your rhythm and speed have improved !!

RAWK!
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Empirism  
13 Oct 2009 14:49 | Quote
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It provide rythm and tempo. Is it waste to play over drums? or in rythm? yeah... When improvising and experimenting with scales and stuff it might be not as necessary, but when you are practising then its a must. or atleast other rythmtrack.
Evan  
15 Oct 2009 02:47 | Quote
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Tedious? Yes. Waste of time? No.

Honestly, that to me is like asking "Should I tune my guitar?".


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