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May
12
asked On the guitar, if I play a song which is in the key of D, where should I put the capo?
Apr
19
accepted Do I need to play chords exactly as the tablature says?
Apr
17
asked Do I need to play chords exactly as the tablature says?
Mar
10
asked How do you play this tablature notation?
Feb
25
accepted When I play the C chord, why does the electronic tuner indicate that it is a G chord?
Feb
25
comment When I play the C chord, why does the electronic tuner indicate that it is a G chord?
Is there any way to find out what notes consist in a chord? For example, I need to play a Am..how can I know what notes involve.
Feb
25
comment When I play the C chord, why does the electronic tuner indicate that it is a G chord?
what will the C chord note look like? every is C?
Feb
25
asked When I play the C chord, why does the electronic tuner indicate that it is a G chord?
Feb
18
accepted Does the C chord change based on what key it's in?
Feb
18
comment How do I know what pattern to strum based on chords alone?
So, there is no strumming patterns or rules to follow, everybody can play the same song with different strumming patterns?
Feb
18
accepted How do I know what pattern to strum based on chords alone?
Feb
18
accepted How to play a #.1 in the guitar?
Feb
18
comment How to play a #.1 in the guitar?
yes, u r right , 0 is a rest.
Feb
18
accepted What does this tablature notation mean?
Feb
15
asked How do I know what pattern to strum based on chords alone?
Feb
15
comment Does the C chord change based on what key it's in?
then, wt is the meaning of the key?
Feb
15
asked Does the C chord change based on what key it's in?
Feb
11
asked How to play a #.1 in the guitar?
Dec
29
asked What does this tablature notation mean?
Dec
24
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