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The Guitar Fretboard Layout – Lesson 6

OldBreakDown

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I was that one guy that skipped all of this when I first picked up guitar. I went straight to how to play solos, alternate pick, sweep pick, and economy pick (certainly haven’t succeeded in those perfectly at all either, it’s gonna take a while.)! So I’m currently memorizing all of the different 12 chromatic scales and applying them to the different strings.
 

Calvin Phillips

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Just did the first six lessons and already have learned so much. Thank you for doing this. Can't wait to dive in to the next ones.
Make sure you spend a lot of time memorizing the open chords coming up. They are there for the later lessons and you'll never bar a chord in those lessons if you can't do it open. I also challenge you to try playing those open chords WITHOUT your index. I'm not sure which lesson but pg will explain why as you go along.
 
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luiscamilo

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Hi everyone, I'm learning a lot of here, thank you for this oportunity, it is a double challenge because my native language is Spanish but I understand everything you said in the videos, I think that learn how to play guitar is like learning another language, I didn't even know the name of the cords, this is exciting and it gets better each video. I've never had a guitar in my hands before and I really hope to learn how to play it.
 

Brian Haner Sr.

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Hi everyone, I'm learning a lot of here, thank you for this oportunity, it is a double challenge because my native language is Spanish but I understand everything you said in the videos, I think that learn how to play guitar is like learning another language, I didn't even know the name of the cords, this is exciting and it gets better each video. I've never had a guitar in my hands before and I really hope to learn how to play it.
Holá Luis!
Bienvenido!
 

Gabby Heafy

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    Hi everyone, I'm learning a lot of here, thank you for this oportunity, it is a double challenge because my native language is Spanish but I understand everything you said in the videos, I think that learn how to play guitar is like learning another language, I didn't even know the name of the cords, this is exciting and it gets better each video. I've never had a guitar in my hands before and I really hope to learn how to play it.
    Bienvenido!! :money-face:
     

    ari.mac

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    Hi everyone, I'm learning a lot of here, thank you for this oportunity, it is a double challenge because my native language is Spanish but I understand everything you said in the videos, I think that learn how to play guitar is like learning another language, I didn't even know the name of the cords, this is exciting and it gets better each video. I've never had a guitar in my hands before and I really hope to learn how to play it.
    Welcome!!!!!!
     
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    Cleo.Black

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    Thank you so much, Cleo!
    The great thing is that I am putting time aside to learn and do something for myself which is rare as I usually get caught up with all the other practical and boring day to day 'stuff' that life throws at me. I'm practicing on an acoustic right now as that's all I have but I am going to treat myself to an electric guitar before the end of the month once I work out what would be best to go for. Everyone in the community is being really helpful so I am sure I will find my perfect guitar soon. Thanks again for this amazing school and opportunity. I can only imagine the amount of time, effort and skill that has gone in to it. It is so kind of the Synner team to offer it for free as well.
     
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