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    Welcome to the SGS! :syngates:
    I'm also a beginner, so I can't help you that much, but one thing that I always do is revisiting Papa Gates' lessons over and over, and practice his chords exercises. Also, everyday I practice a little bit of strumming, experimenting with new ways to hold the pick, to find which one feels better to me.
     

    Gabby Heafy

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    Welcome!! :) i'm also beginner, here are a lot of good students with their techniques that can help you and of course papa Gates and Syn! . I started by looking at the lessons from the beginning that help me a lot. ✨
     

    William Byerley

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    Hi, start from the first section and try to learn the names of the notes on the guitar, at least the whole notes not sharps or flats.
    It'll help a lot in the future. You can skip around lessons and track your progress. Best thing if you need help is to post a video with your questions if you need help or feedback. There's lots of lessons on techniques with jam tracks, tips and a discussion thread. \../, :skull:
    Lessons11 and 42 are two of my favorites and learning the Major scale is a good idea.
    I drank a lot of coffee o_O
     
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    Dereks

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    Hi, start from the first section and try to learn the names of the notes on the guitar, at least the whole notes not sharps or flats.
    It'll help a lot in the future. You can skip around lessons and track your progress. Best thing if you need help is to post a video with your questions if you need help or feedback. There's lots of lessons on techniques with jam tracks, tips and a discussion thread. \../, :skull:
    Lessons11 and 42 are two of my favorites and learning the Major scale is a good idea.
    I drank a lot of coffee o_O
    Thanks so much! I forgot to mention I took piano lessons for 5 years so I know all of the basics of theory. Rn I'm working on making my picking more legato because every thing I try and make sounds really staccato right now. Thanks though🤘🏼
     

    Alicia Willis

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    Thanks so much! I forgot to mention I took piano lessons for 5 years so I know all of the basics of theory. Rn I'm working on making my picking more legato because every thing I try and make sounds really staccato right now. Thanks though🤘🏼
    Welcome ! There’s a lot of awesome info in the beginner section, but if your looking primarily for picking techniques check out the intermediate section. Also if you’re having any issues with a picking technique post up a video to the media section and we can check it out and steer in the right direction !
     
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    Welcome!

    I would advice to start in the beginners section and go through things like CAGED because those are really the fundamentals. Understanding those make understanding the other stuff easier.