#1
So I'm having trouble memorizing the notes on the neck of a guitar. I'm trying to MEMORIZE them 100% any advice?
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#2
practise.

A A#/Bb B C C#/Db E F F#/Gb G G#/Ab
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#5
Make sure you're USING the note names when you play. There's no point staring at the names for half an hour, only to refer to everything as "xth fret on y string" the moment you start playing anything.
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or Elephants And Dragons Grow Big Ears


or EADGBE. It's always just rolled off the tongue for me for some reason.


To TS: There are twelve notes and they repeat. It's a matter of getting used to where they are on the fretboard. Learning what intervals look like on a guitar also helps a lot. Also, +1 to what seagull said.
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So I'm having trouble memorizing the notes on the neck of a guitar. I'm trying to MEMORIZE them 100% any advice?
Sorry for short post gotta poop


It takes time. Personally I think you should learn them as you learn to read music. Just memorizing letter names without any context often leads to your exact problem. and btw I pooped as I typed this.
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It takes time. Personally I think you should learn them as you learn to read music. Just memorizing letter names without any context often leads to your exact problem. and btw I pooped as I typed this.


WTF?!

I guess you're really anal about giving people advice whenever they need it.
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Maybe someone could try typing something coherent by means of pooping on their keyboard?