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Re: Hitting the Wrong String

Two different types of drills help practice this skill... one is string-skipping drills which use a pedal point - you play something like a scale or a...

15 years ago
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Re: Guitar Noise Forum Members who are also guitar teachers

Thomas Coffey (guitarteacher)Tampa, Florida USAClassical & Acoustic [email protected]

15 years ago
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RE: Which fingering of Barred E?

Identical voicings in both pics. The fingering in pic 2 is wildly inefficient. The left hand wrist is hyperextended, the thumb is overextended, and,...

16 years ago
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RE: Sideways Fingering

A melody is a succession of notes, therefore it is as important not to overlap the notes as it is not to leave gaps between them. Since you are using...

16 years ago
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RE: A-Shaped Barre Chord Fingering Question

OK, I sure someone more experienced than I can state this better, but here goes:Open A Chord: xx222xA Shaped Barre Chord: Root Note on the 5th Strin...

16 years ago
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RE: A-Shaped Barre Chord Fingering Question

You may find it easier to bar all six strings (I believe Greybeard was referring to touching the sixth string to mute it, not barring - correct me if ...

16 years ago
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RE: Metronome Question

The advantage of the wood metronome is that it has a much more "natural" and tolerable sound, in my opinion. Margaret That's a non-periodic metronom...

16 years ago
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Re: Metronome Question

I am convinced from all the posts on here that I should pick one up. I really would prefer one of theose old wooden tick-tock ones that show up in ant...

16 years ago
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RE: Intervals

Julie Andrews.Anyone?

16 years ago
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RE: 7th Barre Chords

GT wrote: A more efficient manner of fingering this chord is to use fingers 2, 3, and 4 on the fourth, third, and second strings, respectively (they ...

16 years ago
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RE: 7th Barre Chords

Hi GuitarteacherThanks, your idea of torquing the index and thumb certainly helps.Any advice for nailing the barre chords with root off fifth string.I...

16 years ago
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RE: 7th Barre Chords

The fourth string is muffled because your index finger is not straight. Rolling towards the nut will not solve your problem. I suspect you do not ha...

16 years ago
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RE: Shoulder Pain

Unless it is a chronic condition, pain is an indication of doing something wrong (I am always leary of using the terms right and wrong, but, in this c...

16 years ago
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RE: Correct sitting position

Nexion wrote: "Another good position is, while standing or sitting, raise your left foot on an object and then rest your guitar on your left thigh. Th...

16 years ago
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