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I play guitar on my own, at open mic nights, and as part of a weekly get-together for guitarists, and as part a reggae band, for fun.


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revised Definition of the note C
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comment Definition of the note C
@jjmusicnotes Thanks. Fixed.
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revised Definition of the note C
A=440Hz
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revised Definition of the note C
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revised Definition of the note C
added Gb vs F# part.
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revised Definition of the note C
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Sep
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comment Where along the strings to pick?
We can tell you "brighter near the bridge", "boomier near the neck". But the way to decide which is better for you for a given piece, is to try it, listen, and do what sounds best to you.
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answered Definition of the note C
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
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revised Electronic device that introduces harmonic overtones
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answered Electronic device that introduces harmonic overtones
Aug
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comment Why do Major keys contain minor chords?
Thanks @Tim. Fixed.
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revised Why do Major keys contain minor chords?
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Aug
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answered Counting while Playing
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revised Why do Major keys contain minor chords?
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comment Why do Major keys contain minor chords?
I can see you are very confused. I think you need to go back to the start of whatever theory book you are using, and make sure you understand each part before moving to the next part. A key is a selection of notes. A key signature is one way of notating a key. A chord progression is a sequence of chords.
Aug
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answered Why do Major keys contain minor chords?
Aug
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answered What should i turn on/off first? turntables, mixer, headphones, audio interface