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I learned three things on the guitar last night! This is not really a question...I'm just proud of me. Well and also I'm sharing just in case you don't know the chords but you probably do, whatever. lol.

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i think knowing which fingers to use is important. Keep practicing something over and over again your fingers will start to remember for you.
Yeah it's all about muscle memory. When I have trouble plying something I usually sleep on it. When I wake up and try again it usually seems easy. I assume that must be a result of my neurons rearranging while I sleep.
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I'm so proud of you Myin! *Gives Myin a kitkat* ;D
Good job!!! That's impressive
nice "tutorial" @myininaya :D

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