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Mar
31
revised Why do we need note names like B♭, D♭ etc.? Why not use only A♯, C♯ and so on?
sharp and flat glyphs, mode intervals eg.
Mar
31
revised Why do we need note names like B♭, D♭ etc.? Why not use only A♯, C♯ and so on?
glyphs in the title
Mar
31
revised Recommended arm and hand position for neck side
stinger
Mar
31
revised How are sharps and flats written in the nashville numbering system?
sharp and flat html entities
Mar
31
revised How are sharps and flats written in the nashville numbering system?
sharp and flat html entities
Mar
31
revised scales on the guitar
more critique of example 2. grammar in coda
Mar
30
revised What are the various methods of tuning the guitar?
added jtab illustration
Mar
30
revised What are the various methods of tuning the guitar?
added jtab illustration
Mar
30
revised What kind of guitar exercise is “the caterpillar”?
added jtab example, annotated link.
Mar
28
revised Can I play `A scale` song on a `C scale` harmonica?
enharmonics are needed for lower notes where #1 is not available
Mar
25
revised How do Tape-Wound strings compare to metal Flatwounds?
clarified bass/guitar string
Mar
23
revised How difficult is it to play Beethoven's (Emperor) Piano Concerto No. 5?
Made the first paragraph more idiomatic English.
Mar
21
revised What are good warm-up exercises for guitarists?
replaced jtab with musescore
Mar
21
revised String ball end sizes, specifically “Size Gold E String Ball End”? - Violin
addressed "size"
Mar
19
revised Should I play licks/solos with a metronome
added example
Mar
19
revised Arbitrary length full-measure rests in Lilypond
added lilypond tag
Mar
12
revised What are “nodules” and how do you avoid them?
fixed grammar
Mar
9
revised What music notation software can handle this complex beaming?
Update + summary.
Mar
9
revised What are the Solfège names of the semitones between the basic do, re, mi, etc?
clearer title
Mar
8
revised How do you tune your guitar?
added the name Sharp Fourths