#1
the notes on the guitar neck? I neglected to do this till now, and atm have 4 strings EADG memorized and working on B andthat should do it... how long did it take you all to do this.
#2
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the notes on the guitar neck? I neglected to do this till now, and atm have 4 strings EADG memorized and working on B andthat should do it... how long did it take you all to do this.

Actually, I didn't.
I take a split second to work out what note I'm playing relative to the closest inlay, whose notes I DID memorise.
Edit: which took me about half a week.
#3
same for me, like Rock Pig. I just know what the inlay notes are, I don't read music, I write it. Knowing the strings took me about half a second.....
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#4
I know most notes on the lower part of the guitar but not the higher strings. It doesn't really bother me since if I want to find out a note, I just find it's octave.
#6
With a metornome and 15 minutes a day you can have the entire neck memorized no problems in 2 weeks.
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#7
and atm have 4 strings EADG memorized and working on B andthat should do it... how long did it take you all to do this


and here's some good news ... if you've memorized the notes on the low E string the notes on the high E are the same note names ( although the pitch is two octaves higher )
#10
well I use to think the notes were pointless till I got ALOT more into scales - specifically modes nad using the intervales instead of shapes helps alot and is faster then memorizing the shape spots for every key you want to play in