#2
There are so many different paths you can take. The biggest thing is PRACTICE!!!

This book is also a very good book:

http://www.amazon.com/Fretboard-Logic-SE-Reasoning-Arpeggios/dp/0962477060
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#3
Learn what notes are on each fret. Actually play the guitar and get used to the fret board too. Learn where scales connect/start/end on the fret board and how to move them around. Learn octaves (every 8th note). Etc.
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#6
i drew a diagram of the fretboard, and wrote the notes on it, then i play, say, all the d notes, then e notes, and so on, ive been playin 6 months or so and im gettin used to it . ithink of it like a giant scale , it may or may not work for you, so give it a go
#7
make a chart with each note on the E and A string. Learn all those notes. Then practice playing songs you know using barre chords. try looking up the chords to a song and just play the barre chords. If you know all the notes then it should be easy and fun. Then the other strings come easier. After that, learn a scale such as G major. Learn the notes that are in the scale. G A B C D E F#. Learn to play it in all the different positions. That will show you all those notes in every way possible to play them. Try different keys, different scales, etc.
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When you crank up the gain to 10 and switch to the lead channel, it actually sounds like you are unjustifiably bombing an innocent foreign land.


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#8
Quote by InanezGuitars44
make a chart with each note on the E and A string. Learn all those notes. Then practice playing songs you know using barre chords. try looking up the chords to a song and just play the barre chords. If you know all the notes then it should be easy and fun. Then the other strings come easier. After that, learn a scale such as G major. Learn the notes that are in the scale. G A B C D E F#. Learn to play it in all the different positions. That will show you all those notes in every way possible to play them. Try different keys, different scales, etc.


i like that i've been playin for almost two years but i might try that haha. i'll use my acoustic-electrics tuner and make it alot faster haha
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yes, pointing it at your head will send the sound towards your head.


it's the same with guns too, before you go testing that one.