|Color||Black, Red, White|
|Mfg Recommended age||10 year and up|
|Product Dimensions||8.89 x 6.35 x 1.91 cm; 102.06 Grams|
FRETBOARD MEMORIZATION Deck | 54 Guitar Flash Cards | Great Guitar Learning Gift for Guitar Players & Guitar Teachers | Guitar Music Theory | Alternative to Guitar Learning Stickers & Posters
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- Memorize all the notes on all 6 strings up to the 12th fret. An excellent alternative to a guitar learning poster and guitar learning stickers.
- Memorize all major scale & pentatonic patterns, including their formulas.
- Memorize all Interval Shapes, Key Signatures, Chord Formulas and Rhythmic Subdivision.
- Learn guitar chords with all of the most used open chord and bar chord shapes.
- These Guitar Flash cards are the most effective way to learn your fretboard. Old counting systems using half and whole steps are outdated, extremely time consuming and boring. Using the Fretboard Deck will allow you and your guitar teacher to memorize the fretboard with or without your guitar in hand, making this an extremely powerful tool that you can keep on you at all times. This deck is a guitar music theory book condensed into a single hand sized resource.
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This deck is an excellent "quick start" guide for all that basic theory stuff that so many people have made to seem much more difficult to grasp than it really is. The information contained within it is straight to the point, but still detailed enough not to really miss anything. I highly recommend expanding your educational arsenal, and complementing your guitar studies with this deck. You won't regret it. - Emha
Things I believe could be improved:
- The cards are grouped into categories described in a piece of paper that comes in the package. I find it hard to find which specific category some of them are supposed to be in.
- Provide access to a digital version (PDF) of the piece of paper in case I misplace it.
- The cards belonging in the same category could be color-coded for easy reference. That way I can spot them easily in the deck and carry with me to focus only on that category.
- The cards are super smooth and glossy and it's hard to keep them in a stack 😅. This is such a petty inconvenience, but would like to vent anyway.
Overall, I'm a satisfied user.