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Roadmap of the Notes on a Guitar

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Roadmap of the Notes on a Guitar
Whether you want to learn to improvise killer solos, play perfect classical etudes, or anything in between, knowing where the notes fall on the fingerboard of the guitar will be a huge help to you in your musical journey. In this guide, we'll show you how to memorize the notes on the guitar, as well as teach you a few shapes and patterns to help you play scales and chords in any major key you want! A great place to start getting to know the notes on the guitar is by memorizing the notes of
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