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comment Managing batteries for live performances
@Pulsehead that sounds like an answer. You could expand a little and submit it as one.
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comment Memorizing notes on guitar fretboard
This answer has good information, but it does not address the original question (how to memorize notes on the fretboard). This may have been more suited as a comment.
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accepted Why is a note sometimes a 4th and sometimes an 11th?
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comment Why is a note sometimes a 4th and sometimes an 11th?
Also, isn't what you referred to as a 6 chord (1,3,6 or CEA) just an inverted minor (ACE)? I guess it would sound more major than an Am (focus on C) but more minor than a C. (I can post this as a separate question, if that would be better)
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comment Why is a note sometimes a 4th and sometimes an 11th?
"A sus chord would typically have a 2nd or 4th suspended in the middle of a triad voicing, often substituting for the root (like C-D-G or C-F-G)." I assume you mean "often substituting for the third" ?
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