#1
I feel like I'm getting to the point in my musical career that it is time to start learning to read the treble clef. I already can read the bass clef thanks to 4 years of playing string bass for the school orchestra, but I'm looking to be able to read music for guitar (and maybe piano if/when I take it up). Any help would be greatly appreciated

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#2
Just try to learn reading tablatures and learn some theory from a book or internet
#3
If you can already read the bass clef, you will have a big head start since you already know the notes, rests, and other symbols. I would just start reading some really simple pieces to get used to the change of placement of the notes on the staff.
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