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26 votes

Learn guitar chords?

15 votes

How can I overcome the fear of performing in front of an audience?

14 votes

Should I look at the fretboard while I play guitar?

14 votes

How to play a song without making mistakes?

12 votes
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How to extend and strengthen low end of vocal range? (I need about a whole tone extra.)

12 votes

What is a 13th chord?

11 votes
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Is there a special way to notate a repeat for the right (treble) hand but not the left (bass) hand?

8 votes

Teaching Bandmates to Count

8 votes

"one finger per fret" - is it worth following this rule?

7 votes

Is the time signature switching every measure?

7 votes
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Nailcare for guitarists?

7 votes

How do pianos and keyboards differ?

7 votes

Odd symbol in Béla Bartók's Mikrokosmos Book 1

6 votes

What should I look for in a good metronome?

5 votes

How to prevent a string from breaking during a performance?

5 votes

Cajon as Alternative to Drum Set?

5 votes

Teaching rhythm to a beginner

5 votes

The same note on two staves

5 votes

"slash" chords, e.g. B/F♯ - are these only for inversions, or can any note be the bass note?

5 votes

What's so off about the intro to Prokofiev's Dance of the Knights?

5 votes

What is and what is not syncopation

4 votes

Why is it common to write tuba sheet music in concert pitch?

4 votes

In MuseScore, is it possible to add tab to an existing bass notation so I'd get both notation and tabs for bass?

4 votes
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Can someone help me with the counting of this piano piece please?

4 votes

Is it necessary to learn the names of fret notes?

4 votes

How can I learn to sing and play an instrument (like Piano) at the same time?

3 votes

Is there a difference between 2/4 and 4/4

3 votes

Sousaphone for child

3 votes

What is the full list of possible chord names? Are there chords that don't have a name in chord theory?

3 votes

Trumpet low C♯ and D