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I'm confused about reading music on guitar.?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 18:28:08    Popularity:     

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I'm fairly experienced with the guitar but I'm severely lacking when it comes to theory and music reading. I learn everything by ear so I know absolutely nothing about reading music. Ive read a few that tell me how to identify the note names and t

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You say you are experienced, but in reality - just because you have spent a lot of time holding a guitar and flailing around in the dark - pretty much your own admission - does not mean you have experience. You would probably admit that much of that time was wasted. You are worth more than this!!!! Call a fine teacher. Take ongoing comprehensive lessons with an educated and experienced professional. Since the guitar is more of a social instrument, this does not mean your teacher needs to have degrees in music,. although that is a great thing - but that they learned through private study, just as you should. I have taught thousands of students over the last 40 years. I respond to questions here to get people to TAKE THE STEP and do what they know in their hearts, they must. Get A REAL education, or be left behind and trampled by those that do. Good luck - but go after what you know you need, to be your best. All of us pros here did, just not all the same path.

You might want to consider taking lessons with a professional guitar teacher. In addition to learning how to read music, you will also learn about music theory and between the two of those things it will make you a much better guitarist and musician. Just a friendly suggestion.

Best thing to do is get a guitar teacher. Why? because they will be able to point out your mistakes/bad habits and you can constantly improve. As where if you learn by your self you could pick up many bad habits. But the best way of learning is doing things practically. Don't just read a book, but if you do APPLY as you learn.

I appreciate people who have an attainments in music. My advice is that you can search for books and materials on the Internet, or look for a master of music, and wish you a lot of hope.



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