#1
When learning the fretboard, should I just ignore the accidentals while memorizing, or should I memorize everything?
#2
How do you "ignore" accidentals? If you just learn whole steps, other than e/f and b/c, the accidentals will be clear to you anyways.
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#6
For guitar no, but for other instruments it's best to read piano music since it's very similar to songs done on the guitar, with all the scales and so forth. This method will make you learn the notes and where they are on the board instead of playing a note on the board and figure out which note it is afterwards.
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