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Old 02-11-2011, 12:52 PM   #1
 
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Guitar Messenger – Using a Metronome Effectively Part 1: Nervous Tick?

Guitar Messenger – Using a Metronome Effectively Part 2: Things Start to Click

Guitar Messenger – Using a Metronome Effectively Part 3: Clocking Your Speed

Guitar Messenger – Using a Metronome Effectively Part 4: Being One With the Tick



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Awesome! Fantastic series of articles on how to use a metronome.
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The only thing I don't agree with is the chromatic workouts. Using a major or minor scale instead will help get melody in your head while you're working on technique. If you practice all the positions of the major scale, all of your fingers will get a good workout, and you'll be (subliminally) working on melody.
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awesome, i loved it. thanks a lot for sharing

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