#1
When indicated on a sheet of music, how do you play a grace note on the guitar, more specifically, a G with an unslashed grace note?
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#2
What's the length of the note?

I think what you're describing is an appoggiatura, so if the length of the note is divisible by two (ie. crotchet, minim, semi-breve, ect.) then the appogiatura takes half of the beat.

If the length of the beat is divisible by three (ie. dotted crotchet, dotted anything) then it takes 1/3 of the note length.

For example, if there is the minim G with the grace note being A, it becomes one crotchet A then one G.
If there is a dotted minim G then it becomes one crotechet A and one mimin G.
#3
Goddamn these weird ass names to describe length of notes, never heard of them in my life... But I still understood you, thanks!
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