DOWNLOAD TABDOWNLOAD VIDEO.DESCRIPTIONNOTATIONLet’s keep moving through the fretboard and add in the second string. I’ll show you a fun exercise that will improve your guitar...
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Not that easy, I find it difficult to synchronize my two hands and pick the correct string. I’ll keep practicing, I think I’ll use this as a warmup exercise for the next few days.
That’s a good idea Vianney.
Tricky! But I’ll master it eventually.
This is really meant to be “a little at a time” Graham. Kind of like exercising. Your listening skills are getting stronger even if you don’t master it. -Tomas
I’m glad you like it Chaz. I try to keep the songs interesting.
This song sounds kinda spooky in my opinion, but I like it.
I understand Sue…
No, but thank you Tomas, I keep on
using the wrong fingers its a case of practice sue
Hi Sue… I’m glad to hear you’re enjoying this. Is there any way I could help with the confusion? I’m here to help 🙂
This one I find very hard its confusing to me , but I will master it , the one before on the first string only ,I got straight away but I must say I am really enjoying it . Sue G
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Is it possible to forgo tablature reading? I think it’s the most nonsensical thing I have ever encountered on the page. And I find it utterly suffocating. (I can’t breathe and I’m pulling my hair out.) Notation is logical, intelligible. Do I absolutely have to know how to read tablature?
Hi Yvette. Ouch! No hair pulling 🙂
Sounds like you probably should skip it for now. You can go on to the 3rd Adventure.
There are two reasons I put this course here:
1) The practice you get making single notes will help play chords later, and
2) The download sheets for the more advanced lessons will include both tab and standard notation. For most tab is easier to read than standard music notation.
That said, there are other ways to deal with both (exercises, standard notation, chord symbols, etc.)