Kenni Kuhlmann-Clark
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Should I look at the fretboard while I play guitar?
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Although it would be best NOT to look at the hands while playing, in some part of the initial stages of learning and in some cases later on, this 'peeking' will occur (and maybe NEEDs to occur). ...

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What is an effective way to tune a guitar for an unpracticed ear?
3 votes

the question: "For an unpracticed, or maybe just off-pitch, ear like mine, is it better to tune string by string against each pitch (play E, tune E, then play A, tune A, then play D etc), or better to ...

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Why do electric guitars have narrow necks?
1 votes

Also, the popularity of people 'taking up' the guitar had skyrocketed over the years. More people start to learn the guitar than there are accomplished players. Guitar makers want to sell guitars, ...

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Tablature vs. standard music notation? (guitar)
1 votes

(I guess some or most of the following was possibly written elsewhere above -- I didn't see it all before I posted) If proficient at both, I believe that standard music notation ('sheet music') is ...

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weird intonation problem on the highest string
1 votes

It also actually could be the string. You did not mention if the string was a nylon or a wound string, but you probably mean a plain steel string (it seems like it's a solid electric). You also did ...

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What's the proper right arm position for an electric guitar?
1 votes

In your classical position, you are resting on the right leg, whereas typically the waist of the guitar rests on the LEFT leg (so that the lower bout is between the player's two legs -- you can find ...

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Why does a piano have only one or two strings per note in the bass register, but three for other registers?
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Not sure how much this is a factor: The bass strings are not proportionally longer in length, to the higher pitched strings. In other words, a note that's an octave below another is not twice the ...

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