#1
what are some tips to learning the fretboard better?
#3
I just did it by flat out memorizing it. Remember that there is only a half step-one fret- between and [E and F].
#4
Through experience and years of playing.
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#5
Learning standard notation is helping me. I am going back and taking lessons to learn standard notation and so, when your playing and your like "dang, I need a B," you have to think it through on where the B's are etc. That way, your almost killing two birds with one stone. In other words, it's a way to learn the fretboard without having to just sit down and memorize it.
#6
writing it out. thats what my teacher told me to do. I wrote it out everyday for a week and i learned it pretty easily. also i just think about it in my head when im not doing anything
#8
try first-reading chord lines...
so you'll have to find the root all the time
eventually it'll be printed in your mind
#9
http://www.musictheory.net/trainers/html/id81_en.html

this should help you out. (if you want to learn where each note on the fretboard lies)
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#11
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Through experience and years of playing.



I completely dissagree i've memorized the entire fretboard and i've been playing for one year and a couple months
#12
^quickly, 16th fret g string! 9th fret A string!
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#14
^did you get that without grabbbing your guitar?
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