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Different timbre per voice

I'm not expert with Guitar Pro. But I suspect than, in common with other notation software, it allows just one sound per track. You can change over to another sound, but it's only one sound at a ...
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What is the expected orientation for Gibson guitar headstock stampings?

Late to the party, but just adding my 2 cents in case anybody in future is looking for the same info… My late 1980 Kalamazoo made Gibson Les Paul Custom has the Made In U.S.A stamp oriented 90 degrees ...
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How do guitarists remember what note each string represents when fretting?

My teacher (small class, not one on one) has us working on scales as well as pieces of music. He told us to get a left hand fingering that works for the scale of the piece we want to play, so instead ...
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How do guitarists remember what note each string represents when fretting?

As a beginner guitarist (less than 12 months) I used a combination of things like making a mnemonic for each of the open, 3rd,5th, 7th frets accross the neck , with standard tuning 7th is easy (BEAD). ...
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How do guitarists remember what note each string represents when fretting?

Many don't. One way to understand why it's difficult is this: image you have two keyboards, like a double manual harpsichord, but the upper manual is tune a perfect fourth higher that the lower. Now ...
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How do guitarists remember what note each string represents when fretting?

It's been a long time, so my memories might not be precise, but I think I'd never count it semitone by semitone. I think at the beginning I'd count it by naturals, so let's say "string E, first ...
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How do guitarists remember what note each string represents when fretting?

Here is a classical guitarist's view. A classical guitarist has to learn the individual note positions because much of our music is made up of sequences of individual notes, or has notes in a chord ...
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How do guitarists remember what note each string represents when fretting?

Here is a slightly different take. First of all: learning the the absolute positions of the note is not all that hard. On a 21 fret guitar there are only 126 different notes you can play and only 45 ...
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How do guitarists remember what note each string represents when fretting?

Simple answer is - mostly they don't. Each chord has a particular shape, and there are markers on the fretboard (3,5,7,9,12) to help navigate. I wouldn't be surprised if well over 50% of guitarists, ...
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How do guitarists remember what note each string represents when fretting?

If you come from an instrument so logically laid out and visually easy to understand such as the piano, switching to guitar can be very frustrating, provided you want to go beyond just learning where ...
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How can you listen and judge where you are in the music whilst improvising?

There is a lot of good information in all of these answers but reading the many suggestions and tips can be overwhelming. I have a short and simple answer for you that is not technical and will ...
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How can you listen and judge where you are in the music whilst improvising?

A new answer is clearly needed, because you asked this four years ago in 2020, but now in 2024 the same problem persists and you asked about the exact same problem again (in a question that quickly ...
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