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  1. Tom
    April 18th, 2012 @ 3:24 am

    I’ve spotted a couple of typos that sneaked in: in step 3, paragraph 4 the G major voicing should be (320003) and in paragraph 4 the D7 should be (x5453x); in step 6, the triangle symbol referenced in the text for Cmaj7 didn’t appear – but it does in the chord spelling chart, so just look there to see how it’s used.

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  2. Peter
    May 2nd, 2012 @ 8:07 am

    WOW ! That is a PILE of info. Im 63, I dont think there is enough time left in my life, with my meagre brain function to learn it.
    But it sure is interesting ……..

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  3. Arianna
    September 24th, 2012 @ 3:27 pm

    Hi! I’m new and I was wondering where do you put your put your fingers? I’m so confused!
    Sincerely~ A newb at playing guitar

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  4. Vax Highy
    September 25th, 2012 @ 7:02 am

    I think that the most people just learn to play the guitar without any science because it is too time-consuming. However, sometimes this is beneficial to learn more about theories.

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  5. Bobby Kittleberger
    March 26th, 2013 @ 9:20 am

    Dude, lots of info in this post. I’ve always thought that you could get by on a lot less chords, which is what people do most of the time. I’ve found that while I’ve learned a good many, there’s only about 15-20 chords that I use with regularity. That obviously depends on genre as well.

    Anyways, great post.

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