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Frank
post Nov 28 2009, 02:44 AM
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HI Zsolt! Thank you fore your advice with the Meronome.I start to use the metronome the right way smile.gif .I figure out how to use on the very complicated solos and now i can hear the drums better in the backng track.I think this will help me to play the solos at the right way even with the backng track.When you lessening to the drums witch part is the best to fallow ? I lessen to the main bass and the left hand bit the most .
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post Nov 30 2009, 05:26 PM
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Hi Frank, great to hear from you!

When I try to follow the drums, usually I pay attentinon to the snare drum, and when it's not enought, I listen to the kick as well.
Also I can't emphasise enough on the importance of the metronome. It is simply a must for a modern guitar player. Great to hear that you started to practice with a metronome biggrin.gif

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HI Zsolt! Thank you fore your advice with the Meronome.I start to use the metronome the right way smile.gif .I figure out how to use on the very complicated solos and now i can hear the drums better in the backng track.I think this will help me to play the solos at the right way even with the backng track.When you lessening to the drums witch part is the best to fallow ? I lessen to the main bass and the left hand bit the most .



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