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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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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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