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#3
I can read basic sheet music.
Soon you will sit on the bench
of those who deny I have my soul
You sell a dream you create
Condemned by what you condemned before
Smooth are the words you sing down and high
Underground is your joy your laws
#4
i can...to a degree.
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#7
I can, it's basically another language I'm fluent in.
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#9
i can read any level of difficulty of music
but its only cuz i play trombone as well as guitar so right now im trying to learn for guitar
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#10
I can sight read on my trumpet alright, but guitar it takes me some time to figure it out.
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#13
it went------------- piano------>Saxophone--------->guitar

so not at all lol
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#14
i can sight read trumpet, tuba, and bass well but im slow with guitar cause im not familar with chords on standard notation
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#16
I can, I can also read the the word "search"
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#17
I can read notation, and can sight read to some extent on piano; but it takes me longer to sight read for guitar. I'm just too used to tabs...
#18
I can read sheet music a bit. Ya, its hard to figure out what individual notes to play but with practice and memory its easier to learn and memorize chords. I still for the life of me cannot figure out for sure how to recognize individual notes properly.
#20
i can
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#21
i can. but only bass and tenor clef. i can only read chord charts for guitar. no treble for me...
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#22
I can i played saxophone first and i'm kinda getting used to guitar sheet music.
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#26
Can do, well at least on the piano, for guitar is a bit slow but i can get it.

Like much people already have said, i would rather use my ears for guitar.
#29
umm...if i had actually used the self-teaching books im sure i could have learned but meh...TABS ALL THE WAY!!
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#30
i can read basic sheet music for guitar. But i am very advanced at reading sheet music for trombone (different clefs, makes it harder to transfer my sheet music knowledge from trombone to guitar)
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#31
Pretty fluent in theory.

Not saying im beethoven, but Im just as capable of learning something from sheet music as I am of learning something by ear.

I dont know how many guitarists I've gone through because they cant read music.
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#33
I can on an alto sax and I worked out some music on the school bass just by knowing what note each fret is....
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#34
I can. Although I haven't for awhile. Tabs with sheet is the way to go(powertabs, guitarpro).
And yes, learn theory newbs.
#35
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I can...it really isn't hard...But I prefer to use my ears...
+1

Although for me, I read bass clef a lot better than I do treble clef, and I can't read alto or tenor clefs at all.
#36
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I can
I've played Violin since 3rd grade, and switched to viola years later.

I'm a music major, I'm "fluent" in Treble, Bass, Alto and Tenor cleffs.

I can read other C cleffs, but not as quickly.


However, as a guitar major, I honestly do learn alot of music by ear as opposed to through music.

for everythign else (Violin, Viola, Piano etc) I usually prefer sheet music.
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#37
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i can...to a degree.

Same
Edit: I can sorta sing it alright and I can read Harmonica tab.
#38
its really not hard at all... You could get books that you could learn from or google it, there might be some free stuff that you could learn from
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#39
I can, but not as well as I used to be able to
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#40
I can sight read, just not while I'm playing guitar.
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