#1
I always think about chords and notes on the fretboard and keyboard geometrically. I don't think, oh, well a triad has the first, third and fifth notes, so this would be what it looks like. No, I think of the shape it is. It feels like this is affecting my playing. It's like I'm not as versatile as I could be if I'd think more musically.
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#2
What do you want us to do?
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#3
Pick up Berklee's Modern Method for Guitar series by William Leavitt, each one will show you a new way to look at the fretboard musically. . . . personal opinion, but I believe it to be very true. Those books are among my top musical bibles. . . .
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Pick up Berklee's Modern Method for Guitar series by William Leavitt, each one will show you a new way to look at the fretboard musically. . . . personal opinion, but I believe it to be very true. Those books are among my top musical bibles. . . .


2nded, Whenever anyone is in trouble, I ALWAYS suggest that book.
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#5
Well, I would say that I look at it geometrically as well, But I'm good at math, so I guess it's okay? .