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Yes, humming is melodic -- one note at a time (for most people). You may easily develop a "linear" style of sliding up and down a single string for your melody. Depending upon the range of notes, you may have to switch strings. Overall, a sliding "linear" approach is very straightforward. In time, the other strings are there to support harmonic playing -- ...


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It's not easy 'remembering how each string sounds at each fret'. In fact, that's not a lot to do with learning to play guitar - or any instrument. You may find that RECOGNISING the sound of open strings will be helpful as well as being able to tell if one note is higher/lower, a bit/lot higher than another. As the first answer says, if you can hum, you can ...


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YES! If you know how to hum a tune then you can obviously recognise it enough to regurgitate it ! So ... You can 'find' it on a guitar. It'll be on there somewhere so learning to play it follows if you just search about with your fingers ont he fretboard. Humming plays just one note at a time so it's ok for learning a tune / melody but not for working out ...


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I don't think there is a any "technical" terms that is used for percussive fingerstyle as they usually end up being nothing more than descriptors of what the guitarist doing (from my knowledge). Case in point, this individual points out the following techniques: String Slap, Thump and thumb, Thump and nails, Nail Knocks, Drum and Strum, the Tap and Slap. ...



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