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comment Choosing a guitar: left handed or right handed
Ironic - since the word dexterous has its roots in 'right-handed'!
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comment Choosing a guitar: left handed or right handed
Not sure at all about the 'smart hand' needing more dexterity. In fact, maybe the same, but probably more guitarists don't fingerpick than do.
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reviewed No Action Needed Classical to another style guitar
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reviewed Approve self-learning tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve self-learning tag wiki
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comment String skip on guitar
Have a look at Wes Montgomery's playing He uses this most of the time.
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comment Choosing a guitar: left handed or right handed
There are several questions and answers on this subject already on this site. Just about every aspect of this has been covered.
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answered Effect of keys on modern performances
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comment What should I do without a whammy bar
@ToddWilcox - what the heck is a 'whammy pedal'?
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answered Correct name and technique for 2-5 adjacent strings
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comment Major scale box patterns
Indeed, it is the minor pent. A lot of guitarists use it rather than the major pent, and just call it 'pentatonic'.
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comment Guitar tab reading
Did you mean vertical, rather than horizontal. Horizons are horizontal!
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comment Guitar tab reading
The first string is generally known as E, the thin one, even though it's at the bottom of all the strings physically.
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reviewed Edit What is the fingering for the measure (or bar) 65 of this version of Memories of Lightwaves?
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revised What is the fingering for the measure (or bar) 65 of this version of Memories of Lightwaves?
It is not the 65th line, it is the 65th measure. The little numbers up there indicate measure numbers.
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answered Is there a pattern behind the numbers of sharp keys in chromatic scale
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reviewed Close Great arrangements of Top 40 tunes?
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reviewed Close Vocal Cord Closure question
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comment Guitar chord progression and key conundrum
Only if it sounds good...
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comment Help identifying something in guitar tablature?
@NeilMeyer - that's the only way it'll sound - an octave higher than written.