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"WHERE ARE THE NOTES?"

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Don't fret

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Example of the Don't Fret

STUDENT: TEACHER:
"The tapes make the string buzz." Helpless (and frets).
"What's the difference between a whole and a half-step?" Explains (and frets).
"But my finger is on the tape." Says "listen" (and frets).
"Those tapes slipped!" Re-applies tapes (and frets).
"What notes are in the G-major Scale?" Names them (and frets).

 

Don't fret, the patented finger position indicator will help you solve these problems. Inexpensive, mathematically designed for accuracy, and made of clear, self-adhering vinyl, it applies easily to the fingerboard. Colored lines arranged in a scale pattern show the students exactly where to place their fingers. It gives you a resource for teaching finger positions, scales, keys, and intervals. Whatever your method, Don't fret, helps you communicate more effectively. So work hard, but

Don't fret

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