#1
As many of you might know already, ive been playing guitar for about 2 years, and i still dont know how to read a guideline in a sheet of paper [idk if its called a guideline, but in case it isnt called heres a pic of what i mean...]

My guitar teacher is like a bit clumpsy, and he still hasnt taught me how to read that
Would anyone mind explaining me how to read it exactly?
#2
its called notation. and u cant just explain it online, u need to do it in person really
#3
You look at the chord indicated above each measure. You then change your hand to that chord position in the measure, and whatever notes that are in the measure, are (usually) in that chord shape.
#4
Quote by MaskedMurader23
You look at the chord indicated above each measure. You then change your hand to that chord position in the measure, and whatever notes that are in the measure, are (usually) in that chord shape.



I think i got it pretty much, thanks!