#1
I'm trying to learn to read sheet music and I need some good music to start on for my guitar. Preferably something not too fast. Anyone have any suggestions?
#2
try and get hold of some sheet music and just try even if it's a fast song, play it slow and build up.

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#4
Well if you use guitar pro, that shows the score. you could just turn the tab part off and read only that for any song
#5
If you have the least interest in Jazz, get a real book. Greatest investment you'll ever make. Other than that just find sheets for the music you like.
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#6
hmmm I have a book called Great Classical Themes
It's a collection of 67 classical songs transcribed for piano. Learned a little of Hall of the Mountain King, Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy (sick piece, by Tchaikovsky of the Nutcracker), Canon and Vivaldi's Autumn, I'm going to eventually learn them all, it's just pure practice for sight-reading, plus those songs rules =O

Hal-Leonard publishes a lot of books like that. For piano BTW, but you can learn it for guitar anyway
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