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#beginquote# Hi I am a Guitar player ... or lets say I'm trying to be one *g. unfortunately i cannot read music. I know most the stuff that is offered on http://datadragon.com/education/reading/ ( values and stuff) , but my problem is proper reading of the Notes themselves ( being an A or a D...) . when i do it slowly, i can find out what it is , by counting from the C line or the G line , cause these are the only ones I really remember ^^ , but somehow I can't get to know all of em. I once could in primary school... but that wont help me anymore :P Is there any good way to learn that ? I mean not just by sitting there and saying "this is c, this is D, this is e" and so on.. are there any "donkey-bridges" for that ? Same thing for thew gutiar itself . I play a lot, but mostly by ear. Learning how to read notesa would probably lead to learning how to read chords , and thats probably the best that i can do for my guitarplay. I don't like that tabulator stuff, since you have to know the song when you wanna play it by that ! thx for any help if you don't smoke and don't drink, you'll die healthy after all.... #endquote#
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