If you’re serious about becoming a guitarist, learning to read music is going to be an essential skill. Fortunately, it’s easier to learn than you think.
Reading Music for Guitar
Reading music for guitar is important and it’s a lot easier to learn than you think. These lessons teach you how to read standard notation for guitar. There’s no question that this is something that will help you grow as a musician.
Here are some great tips for you to improve on your basic music notation reading skills in order to become better (and quicker!) at sight reading.
Nick Minnion discusses the three basic levels of playing and how being able to read notation affects one’s ability to become a better guitarist.
It’s an eternal debate as to whether or not a guitarist should learn to read music as opposed to tablature. Nick Minnion gives us his take on the topic.
Time to tackle the notes on the third string of our guitars! Peter’s series on learning the notes of the guitar in standard notation continues along, complete with exercises and sound files.
Learning to read music is easier than you might think. Peter Simms returns to Guitar Noise with a lesson on the notes found on the second (B) string, complete with some simple exercises to help you easily learn the notes.
If one of your New Year’s Resolutions was to start (or finally) learn music notation, then help is here in a big way! As Peter points out: the only obstacle is that reading music takes a while to learn. If you truly want to learn, patience and consistent practicing will get you there.
In the second installment of Tom’s series on reading notation, you’ll learn about ledger lines, repeat signs and other musical traffic signals, as well as delve into accidentals and key signatures. Plus you get an arrangement of Jingle Bells to get you going for the holidays!