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Old 10-29-2016, 09:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am new here.
I am trying to play a Greek traditional song that is arranged for classical guitar. But I cannot play it except some parts because even that I am at the Conservatory of Music of my city I am not very advanced and I cannot figure out where are the notes on my guitar. Can anyone give me his idea? Or any tips? Or some help? (I attach the partition)
Thanks in advance,
Yiannis
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This always helps me find notes on my guitar,

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Hi,
I am new here.
I am trying to play a Greek traditional song that is arranged for classical guitar. But I cannot play it except some parts because even that I am at the Conservatory of Music of my city I am not very advanced and I cannot figure out where are the notes on my guitar. Can anyone give me his idea? Or any tips? Or some help? (I attach the partition)
Thanks in advance,
Yiannis
Hello Greek11,

Here's a practical solution. Get staff and tab paper, five and six lines respectively. If you can't find it then draw a extra line every other staff. Then write out where you want to fret each note. The only problem is that you can voice the same note and chord in different positions on the guitar. So you have to figure out in advance which is the best voicing. Some teachers look down on tab as a crutch and prefer sight reading, but tabs helps visualize what you are playing and you are going to fret it with your left hand (fret hand), before you commit it to memory.

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