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hamad  
10 Jan 2010 04:18 | Quote
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hi
i want to know what is the best way to learn the fret board or the notes that make up the guitar ?
Empirism  
10 Jan 2010 05:26 | Quote
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Memorize using GAGED system. also learning and memorizing notes by string by string.
hamad  
10 Jan 2010 06:50 | Quote
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what is gaged system ??
Phip  
10 Jan 2010 07:44 | Quote
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@hamad,
Emperism meant to say "caged" system. you will find his lesson on that here....... http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/lesson.php?id=159
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hamad  
10 Jan 2010 07:56 | Quote
Joined: 24 Oct 2008
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thx man
i really feeling to being stuck on guitar learning process and i want to improve my playing from mindless scalereaping caged sys...this is exsactly what i'm looking for
thx again for ur time
hamad
AcousticWonder  
10 Jan 2010 08:21 | Quote
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i'm not sure what the caged system is but what i did was this:
each open string is a note, like the A String for example than if you put your finger on the first fret on the A string it will be A sharp,than if you keep goin down the fretboard it will be B, C, C sharp, D, Dsharp, E, F, Fsharp, G Gsharp, than your bakk on A again and it's the same process with each string. And also B and E do not have sharps
deefa  
10 Jan 2010 08:57 | Quote
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I think you'll find this helpful too.

http://www.justinguitar.com/en/TB-007-NotesOnNeck.php

hamad  
11 Jan 2010 02:33 | Quote
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Bahrain
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yeah its helpfull but the caged sys is much easier

thx
hamad
gx1327  
11 Jan 2010 09:49 | Quote
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hamad says:
i want to know what is the best way to learn the fret board or the notes that make up the guitar ?


focus on the first two strings first. when you learn barre chords, the position on the lowest string will dictate which key the chord is in. for instance, on a 6-string barre chord... for example:

5
5
6
7
7
5

the 5th fret of the low E string is A. so this is the A Major chord. there are several varaitions of this chord (i.e. 5 5 5 7 7 5 - A Minor) but this is the A.

a 5 string barre chord at the same fret

5
7
7
7
5
x

has the 1st string muted. the 5th fret of the A string is D, so this is the D major. the other notes are useful to know, but it helps to learn the lower two strings so that if someone asks you to play a "C# Minor chord" you know where that is (9th fret on the 1st string, 4th fret on the 2nd string)


*** i think i mixed up "1st/2nd" and "5th/6th" string a couple of times in this post. i am talking about the low E and A strings, which are technically the first two strings. if i said "5th" or "6th" replace them with 2nd and 1st, respectively. confused myself!
vincejonesiii  
11 Jan 2010 12:18 | Quote
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err.. i just plucked around until i found something that sounds good
gx1327  
11 Jan 2010 12:31 | Quote
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okay so let's say i wanted to teach you a basic song like radiohead's creep. it goes G Maj, B Maj, C Maj, C min. all six-string barre chords. can you play that?

being able to identify what notes you are playing is a useful ability.
hamad  
27 Jan 2010 03:43 | Quote
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yeah i agree
u know i can play that smoothly and fast and i know the bare chords u c the A chord ican hold it and i know it's an A and i can switch between minor or major or the 7'th in any bare chord but when i want to solo on the chord i get confused and lost u know
now i use the caged sys to memorise the fret bord but still feeling stuck and lost i don't know ???
JustJeff  
27 Jan 2010 08:51 | Quote
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What has helped me is memorizing what notes are played in each chord. For example:

When you play an E major chord, you play, from low to high:

E|0
B|0
G|1
D|2
A|2
E|0

E, B, E, G#, B, E
1, 5, 1, 3 , 5, 1

This pattern can be moved up and down the fret board, and the notes stay the same. For example: A major (5th fret barre chord)

A, E, A, C#, E, A
1, 5, 1, 3 , 5, 1

The notes that you play are the same tonal range, so now you can quickly know where the notes are by reference. So, let's say you want to know what the 8th fret of the G string is. Well, the 8th fret of the G string is played in the 7th fret Barre (B major). So, we look at our pattern and we know that the G string holds the 3rd of the B major, which is D#. 8th Fret G string = D#

Seems complicated at first, but now I know what each note is in every chord, and the name :) Lot's of chordal theory and scales need to be known here, but you'll get the hang of it :)
hamad  
27 Jan 2010 18:15 | Quote
Joined: 24 Oct 2008
Bahrain
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yeah thanx man


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