How to Memorize Guitar Note Names

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How to Memorize Guitar Note Names

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This information is what you’ve been missing. Recognizing note names is the key to understanding theory, reading standard notation, and communicating with other guitarists. It’s so much easier to say, “I’m playing an A note.” instead of, “I’m playing the tenth fret on, let’s see where I’m at, oh yeah, the second string.”

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96% of all guitarists can’t instantly recognize guitar note names on the fretboard. Can you? This isn’t a figure that we just pulled out of thin air. We actually did an online survey to arrive at this number.

What’s Included in How to Memorize Guitar Note Names

  • 14 minute video that explains secrets to memorize and instantly identify notes. This is for all levels of experience.
  • 10 minute beginner video, covers the basics.
  • 14 “key to memorization” exercises to print.
  • 5 beginner basic exercises to print

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Reviews (1)

1 review for How to Memorize Guitar Note Names

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Steve T.

    I have been practicing guitar for several years now, but I never was able to remember the note names on the fret board, other than the open strings and at the 12th fret. My way of referring to notes on the fret board was by the tab notation method, you know it’s this string and that fret, I don’t know what note that is. So I decided to try the How to Memorize Guitar Note Names and I found that the exercises are a well-organized and straight forward method of teaching this material. By practicing the exercises I was able to visualize the note names on the fret board and gain a better understanding of scales, modes and chords while practicing guitar.

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