Goal: Easily remember notes, anywhere on the guitar fretboardFind notes, chords and scales without using the “hunt and peck” methodGo directly to any position and play in any key that you chooseThe Problem: If you are anything like I was, you may get a headache just thinking about remembering all of those fretboard notes. Getting to know fretboard notes may just seem too hard or boring. The Solution: This course shows you how to make learning the fretboard easy, and fun too! You’ll learn the fretboard in the same way that you learned your way to the local market, the library and schools where you live. Just as you attach meaning to places, you canattach meaning to fretboard locations that are easy to remember. Start to identify notes with the exercises in this course, and soon you’ll find yourself identifying notes without thinking about it. The Benefits: Learning to instantly recognize notes now can save youmany hours in the future and allow you to advance your playing skills more quickly.I learned classical guitar from 8 years old and in the beginning became very comfortable playing notes in first, or open position. However, as I ventured up the fretboard I wasted time hunting for notes and often becoming frustrated instead ofpracticing. Learning the fretboard thoroughly is one of the best investments you can make in your playing. It should be one of the highest priorities to help take your playing to a new level. What you will Learn: First, we look at notes that you already know to start building on that knowledge. Then, we “travel” around the fretboard to various locations and get to know the notes there. You’ll not only learn patterns and relationships, but will get to know fretboard locations with a story to them. At each step on the journey you practice identifying the notes that you’ve learned. You can even do this away from the course while commuting to work or school. Listen to downloadable audio files that will help to keep you thinking about the fretboard. This kind of attention will increase your fretboard knowledge. Once you can identify notes it’s important to lock in that knowledge. Continue through the course to look at the relationship between chords and scales in various positions. Then take the next step and learn triads and inversions around the fretboard. This method worked for me, and Ive successfully used it to teach many guitar students. Join the course, don’t delay, be your fretboard’s boss today!