Anyone Can Learn To Play Guitar
The action of a guitar is when the strings can be pressed against the fret board without a lot of difficulty and they do not create a buzzing sound when held down. The notes should also sound the same regardless of where on the neck they are pressed. For example, when you learn to play guitar an E note should sound the same when made on the second fret of the fourth string as it does when the first or sixth string is played open. Yes, the octave will be different, but the note will be the same.
Additionally, when you learn to play guitar it will not make any difference if you learn on an electric or acoustic guitar, classic, full body, six or 12-string or even three-quarter size guitar. The notes and chord positions will all be the same.
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