How To Play Tight Metal Rhythm Guitar Riffs

Tight rhythm guitar playing requires careful attention to detail and a very developed musical ear. Your ears help you notice imperfections in your rhythm guitar playing, so you can fix them faster and make your guitar riffs sound better. There are specific rhythm guitar playing elements you must listen for and refine as you practice guitar. 

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