1. Work On Your TechniqueIn order to be able to read music you need to be able to play without looking at your hands. You are going to rely on your touch rather than your sight, so having a good technique that allows you to feel the strings will help you to focus on the paper. Here's a good video where we address the basics of Guitar Technique:
2. Know The FretboardIf you want to read music, you need to know where the notes are located on the fretboard. One easy way to learn them is to keep the Note Names activated at all times in Rock Prodigy. Start by memorizing the name of the open strings and the natural notes in open position.
3. Know The StaffThere are many ways to get familiar with the notes in the staff in treble clef. For example, you can use mnemonics like "Every Good Boy Does Fine" as a way to remember the notes on the lines (E-G-B-D-F), or FACE for the notes on the spaces.
4. Improve Your Theory KnowledgeSome of these patterns are really easy to spot on the paper if you understand music theory. For example, three consecutive notes over lines make an arpeggio. Notation Arpeggio