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What do the 3/4 and 4/4 numbers mean?

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When tuning a guitar, how should I strike the strings?

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Does capo quality make any difference?

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How to handle a newly purchased score book that won't stay opened?

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Will learning to play another instrument help me to become a better guitarist?

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Need Help in Starting to Learn Guitars?

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How do you successfully share another drummer's kit at a show?

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How can I get a song tabbed?

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How to stop distortion from making minor chords muddy?

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Does using a capo put you out of tune?

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Guitar book to complement my guitar lessons

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How can I prevent the noise my guitar pick makes?

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How do I hold the electric guitar?

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How do you access the electronics on a hollow-body electric guitars ?

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How do I identify the first 4 notes in this song?

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How long can I store shrink-wrapped strings?

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What do you think of attempting to tune an Acoustic 12-string one full step up?

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Bring Your Own Mic

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Which side should I store my acoustic guitar in its case or travel bag?

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Sharp / Flat: Collectively known as property by what name?

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Do I have to tune my guitar everyday?

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What is the difference between upstrokes and downstrokes while strumming a guitar?

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Time signature - How some pop songs can be counted in both 4/4 and 3/4?

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Sheet music with no fractional time signature - how to read?

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How do I try out a new bass before buying?

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Electric guitar nut sticking

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What is a ghost note ?

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Up-down strumming when playing fingerstyle

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Why is dropped D tuning used so often?

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My guitar goes out of tune at a higher pitch rather than lower, is that normal?