Hello everyone. I saw this idea long ago when I wasn’t good enough to learn all the notes on the keyboard. Now, I feel like I have to learn them so I searched every place on the internet to find something like this diagram but I couldn’t. So, I made myself and I want to share it with you so some of you may use it. I wish you all good practices.
Best practice is print the diagram and fill the circles with appropriate notes. Duplicate this diagram and do it over and over again.
! Important point if you don’t know. Begin with writing open strings to avoid confusion. the Low E (thickest) string is at the bottom while the High E (thinnest)is at the top. Thanks for @stitch to point this small but important detail.
Hello again everyone. I updated the diagram to be more efficient and look better. I hope you like it. I thank @Lefteris and @stitch for their great ideas.
That’s a good Idea but make sure you fill it out in the right direction. The thickes string is the botton line. This is because it produces the lowest note.
Most beginner think it’s the top string. Music for all instruments is lowest note at the bottom highest notes at the top. Making the guitar neck look upside down.
The best way to avoid this is put the open strings in first. From bottom to top E A D G B e.
It also might be a good idea to make the lines different thicknesses.
@LesPaulMoreRay Of course there are but when I tried them they were not really efficient for me. I am a visual learner and writing things help me to memorize. It can be better to mix those apps and printing these kind of diagram to work on them physically.
I like it! A great exercise for when you go on vacation and can’t bring your guitar along. I see value in marking off the notes and then filling in the triads, noting the 3rds and fifths, etc. Chords in a key is another way to expand the learning. If you can approach the fretboard on a blank piece of paper, you can easily apply it to the real thing. You may want to use different colored markers for some of these exercises. Well done!
@CT Dude these are really amazing ways to use this diagram. Frankly, I never thought of working other things like triads, 3rds other things but yeah it can be handy to work on them too! You have a great evaluation skills indeed