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  1. Nic
    Jun 09, 2012 @ 19:31:30

    David, thank you so much. I have always been in the low brass section while in school, so I know how to read bass clef. When I picked up a guitar I knew music was written for it in treble clef, but I had no one willing to teach me how to read it. This article is clear cut and easy to understand, unlike some of the things found on the internet. Now I can finally use some of the books of sheet music people have given me and I won’t have to rely on tabs all the time.

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    • David Hodge
      Jun 11, 2012 @ 07:05:42

      Hi Nic

      Thanks for writing and thank you as well for your kind words concerning this article.

      The best of luck to you with your ongoing studies and enjoyment with the guitar! Don’t forget that you can always post any questions you may happen to have either here, or you can also email me directly. And you should also feel free to post at the Guitar Noise Forum pages. You’ll find a lot of helpful and friendly people there!

      Looking forward to hearing about your progress.

      Peace

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  2. Vin
    Aug 01, 2012 @ 07:49:59

    Like to add my thanks to. As a mature (ish) newbie to music and specifically classical guitar. Like a lot of things, wish I’d taken it up earlier.
    Regards
    Vin.

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  3. robert clinkenbeard
    Sep 19, 2014 @ 11:41:09

    David:
    Hey thanks so much for your help! I’m a self taught musician and just now trying to really learn how to read music and understand music theory? I find your teaching easy to understand and am looking forward to moving on! Thanks!

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