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At the beginning stages of your journey towards learning to play guitar, your best approach would be to memorize the basic chord shapes (formations) of the chords you want to play. So you know that an A major chord requires you to fret the D G and B strings on the second fret. For now that is all you need to know to play an A chord. You can build quite ...


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I'll say learn the basic Spanish chords the move on. It's a good idea to lern the chord names like A minor major. The fretboard is more when it comes to like tapping and solos. Notes needs in most cases a music instruction from a professional teacher. They are quite hard to learn. For memory it's a good idea to learn basics from that you can play all most ...


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You'll probably learn the chord names and positions from the frets they are barred on, using mainly 6th and 5th strings. So knowing the notes there will help. The two main shapes are 'E' and 'A' shapes. The chords take their names from the appropriate string, so, for example, an 'A' shape barre chord on the 5th fret (5th string also) plays a D note, which ...


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In general, you should understand both what notes you are playing and how they relate to your specific instrument. Naming frets on strings alone is easy for beginners and for working with other instruments with the same setup like other guitars and basses, but there are many different instruments that you may want to eventually play with and work with and ...



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