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R. :;17 - - -- -= - ~ -. I -:.. ~ ~ ~ . I - ,. : -e • NOTES ON THE FRETS An important point of technique is that it is often not necessary to take a left hand finger away when moving to a higher note on the same string, as may be seen by playing this example. I r 0 F 3 at least one finger is already on the fingerboard since this finger holds the left hand in position. NOTES ON THE SECOND STRING I F F II The 1st finger, after playing the F, should remain on the string for two reasons: 1. It is easier to put the 3rd finger on the Gwhen the 1st finger is in place.

Learn to count as you read. 2. Keep your eyes on the music, and do not look back at your left hand. E e e e G B D e II F Spaces ~ MUSICAL NOTATION Standard musical notation for both the guitar and other instruments consists of notes drawn on five lines and enclosing four spaces, known as a musical staff. Each line and each space represents one note in the musical spectrum, and the position of the staff in the overall range of musical notes is in- II F II A II c II II E Obviously the staff does not contain enough notes for the full range of the guitar, so additional notes are added by drawing lines above and below the staff.

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