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Having a great feel is your most important musical asset
No one will want to play with you if you have bad time. You must have a great feel-it’s that simple. By “great feel” I mean the ability to lock in with the rhythm section and produce a track that grooves. If there’s one thing I would recommend you to constantly work on, it’s developing your groove. Listen to the greats to learn how grooves should be played: from rock (Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love” to 16th-note funk (James Brown’s “Sex Machine”) to blues shuffle (“Pride and Joy” by Stevie Ray Vaughan). Tape yourself (with a metronome) playing them-you’ll be able to isolate and work on your problem areas. Or pick up the excellent JamTrax series (Music Sales), a series of play-along tapes covering everything from blues to alternative to metal, to stay in shape. This is the one area where you should be most brutal in your self-assessment. You’ll be a much better player for it.

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