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answered Learning guitar via staff
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answered What are the actual notes of each natural harmonic?
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answered How to play these chords?
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comment What is “classical” guitar?
If you head over to Justin Guitar abd look up the folk fingerstyle lessons these should get your basic technique going. He also has some cool fingerstyle pieces to learn justinguitar.com/en/TE-021-FolkFingerstyle1.php
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answered What is “classical” guitar?
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answered How can I hold a barre chord for a long period of time?
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comment Advance Plucking Lessons
If you want Internet lessons I reckon Justinguitar & Jamplay are the best, there are also some Tommy Emmanuell lesson but not many on you tube. But for home study Like I said The Acoustic Guitar Bible is the one. Check out the author Eric Roche on Youtube a brilliant guitar player and teacher.
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comment Can E/G# be played like this?
The E on the left tells you it's an E major chord. The g# on the right tells you to put a g# in the bass (lowest note) . To figure out what notes chords are made of you will need to learn about intervals and chord construction. I have a beginners theory guide on my site which I am currently writing. Intervals and chord construction should be up this week.
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answered What to check when buying a new guitar?
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answered Can E/G# be played like this?