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guitarteacher
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Joined: Jul 26, 2006
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RE: Notes on staff to notes on fretboard

Good advice thus far. I would also recommend staying in first position to avoid the many unisons which can be confusing at first. In first position,...

18 years ago
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RE: String Noise (Squeeking)

Thank you all for your responses. I wanted to let this thread hang out there in the universe for a while before sharing one of my own techniques. I ca...

18 years ago
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RE: Keeping your wrist straight

A good exercise for finding an efficient left hand position is to drop your left arm at your side, turn your palm facing forward, and bend your elbow....

18 years ago
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RE: F Barre chord

I assume it's taking you longer to form the F because you are taking time to ensure the barred notes sound cleanly. If this is the case, there are a ...

18 years ago
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RE: F Barre chord

Bar chords present a major hurdle for most guitarist, but, once you master them, your world will open up to harmonies you never dreamed of.Well worth ...

18 years ago
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RE: 2nd and 3rd finger problem :(

The solution to your problem involves two components; coordination and relaxation. Exercises such as the one Wes posted are terrific for coordination...

18 years ago
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RE: Ouch! Cramps...

Left hand or Right?

18 years ago
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RE: defining the key

Well answered by Fretsource. I would only add that the chord for which the key is named acts as a home chord in the same manner as the home note.Know...

18 years ago
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RE: Wanted: Guitar for Child

I always recommend children start that age start on a Yamaha CGS-102 classical (that is a 1/2 size model). The nylon strings have less tension and ar...

18 years ago
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RE: What's a good ear training method??

Learn sol feggio. It's not as difficult as it sounds. In fact, you may have learned it already if you were paying attention to Julie Andrews in "The...

18 years ago
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RE: Fingerpicking

Here are a few links which may help you with fingerpicking:Good Luck!

18 years ago
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RE: Question about thumb position

In terms of efficiency, the best position for the thumb is perpendicular to the neck and one fret higher than the Position in which you are playing. ...

18 years ago
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RE: Greetings from Slovakia

Doh!, Sorry Slovakia. Didn't mean to highjack your greetings. The guitar thing I have down, the internet - not so much. My bad. And Welcome!

18 years ago
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