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    10 Things All Guitarists Should Be Able to Do

    I found this article on Premier Guitar's site.
    I think I might need a little refresher course on a couple of these.

    10 Things All Guitarists Should Be Able to Do
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    good article Zontar- thanks again!

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    Great article!

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    So resurrecting an old thread to see if we can get some discussion on it.

    How many of the 10 can you do?
    How many do you do?
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    Ah, trawling through thte old threads- I will have to do that too...

    I do all 10- I really have to because I am always playing with others

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    Quote Originally Posted by die Bullen View Post
    Ah, trawling through thte old threads- I will have to do that too...

    I do all 10- I really have to because I am always playing with others
    So you can do all 10--and do all 10, then--ok...

    maybe this have a poll 0-10...
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    1. Stay in key.
    That is key--no pun intended
    Not something people always think of though.
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    veering off key is a sure way to torpedo others if you are playing with accompaniment- then again, so is not keeping time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by die Bullen View Post
    veering off key is a sure way to torpedo others if you are playing with accompaniment- then again, so is not keeping time.
    And is a common error that so called "completely self taught" guitarists seem to make more than others--although certainly mostly or partially self taught guitarists seem to get it somewhat at least--and some get it--just don't know how to refer to it...
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    My observation with those players is that they often can't keep time

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