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As a former guitar teacher, I can overlook the slight errors, but there are some things here which are beyond my ability to ignore.

Rests are JUST AS IMPORTANT as notes. When you skip EVERY single rest/don’t hold notes as long as they should be and go directly into the next part, the song becomes this cluttered mess (Not to mention when you do that you change the time signature and that isn’t always a good thing).

Which brings me to my next point, counting… You have to play with a metronome a LOT more. Even if I ignore the bridge (I think it’s the bridge, its the ride on A Minor with the two different endings [D sus to D and then the Em D C D thing]) which you completely butchered by changing the tempo DRASTICALLY and basically giving it another time signature, I still can’t over look the fact that you took the most memorable part of the song IMO (The Am G F G solo and ending chord progression) and just skipped the last measure of it like 10 times.

USE A METRONOME… or at least count.

If you’re gonna play the ending like that, you should stress the following CAPITALIZED words.

Am G
ONE AND two and THREE AND four and

ONE AND two and THREE AND four and

But yeah, other that your rhythm, you aren’t too bad.

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