If this is in the wrong forum, feel free to move it. I just wanted to know what everyone's suggestions were for doing serious woodshedding over the summer. I'm probably being overly hard on myself, but I'm just going to say I have poor rhythm and virtually no sight reading skills. I only play electric bass at the moment. I know lots of theory, but have virtually no practical abilities. Soooo, how do you suggest I practice over the summer seeing as I'll be taking an upright class next semester of college. (I will have a teacher). I e-mailed the professor of the class and he said to work on my timing and sight reading in both treble and bass clef. What is the fastest way to go about doing that? Obviously lots of reading with a metronome, but any particular suggestions? Thanks.