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I want to fix my rhythm problems

You are aware of the issue, you are trying to measure it, which is great as self awareness is being half way there. You can try a few things: Rhythm is something that we feel so an important question ...
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I want to fix my rhythm problems

When you're consistently ahead of the beat, it's often called "rushing", or just "being ahead of the beat". The only practice I know of to address this is to work with a metronome ...
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Trouble playing guitar in the day

Ok, I think we've nailed down that this has nothing to do with the clock and only has to do with your ability to see. There's a joke along the lines of: PATIENT: Doctor, it hurts when I raise my arm ...
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Trouble playing guitar in the day

My suspicion is that this is a matter of Circadian Rhythm, or the natural cycle of your sleep-rest-awake daily rituals and habits. Many of us are productive in the early morning hours, long before ...
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Metronome markings and 3/8 time signature. How should I interpret the metronome markings if the time signature is 3/8?

If the metronome setting is quaver = 76 to the bar, then that's what it means. Your teacher is misinformed. It's not a compound time signature, but a simple 3/8, with 3 beats of 1/8 in each bar thus, ...
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Metronome markings and 3/8 time signature. How should I interpret the metronome markings if the time signature is 3/8?

Quite simply, Since the tempo marking is , you have 76 eighth notes passing every minute. You can set the metronome to 76, and each click is an eighth note. That is 3 clicks per bar. You could ...
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Metronome markings and 3/8 time signature. How should I interpret the metronome markings if the time signature is 3/8?

Time signatures get confusing. Especially, compound time signatures are confusing, in which, for example, 6/8 isn't really "six eighth-note beats," but "two dotted-quarter beats." ...
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