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Make a drill that helps students learn the ENTIRE guitar fretboard.

As you know, the guitar fret drill only really helps students learn the first few frets. It would be nice to have something that helps students learn the entire fretboard.

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    anonymousanonymous shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    planned  ·  Rob WhelanAdminRob Whelan (Admin, eMusicTheory) responded  · 

    I’ve talked with a few teachers about this — probably extending the current drill to show 7 frets, and then letting you choose which part of the fretboard to test on (a different set of 7 frets).

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      • Mark MooreMark Moore commented  · 

        It would really be helpful to at least include up to 12 frets. You could choose to test certain areas of the fretboard (first position, 5th positition, 7th position, etc).

      • Amy McIntyreAmy McIntyre commented  · 

        Could we do this with only treble clef and ledger lines? This would more closely resemble solo guitar music.

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