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Bobby Nelson


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North Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 27 Dec 2018 6:13 am    
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I had to draw the vertical columns with a pencil because my word processor has decided to give me only horizontal lines no matter what I do to fix it.

This is just a classroom exercise I'd like to do a couple times a week. If anyone has something like this (10 lines with 16 columns x 2, representing all the notes on the fretboard) they could email, or message, or, just post would probably work, that I can copy and print, it would be much appreciated.
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Paul Wade


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Post  Posted 27 Dec 2018 6:30 am     Anyone have a blank chart like this?
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i have one like this if, this would work for you

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Bobby Nelson


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North Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 27 Dec 2018 7:10 am    
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Thanks Paul. I must have gotten this from you a while back. But it's not what i'm looking for - thanks again.
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Charlie Hansen


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Post  Posted 27 Dec 2018 9:31 am    
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Is this what you need??



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Bobby Nelson


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Post  Posted 27 Dec 2018 11:02 am    
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Thanks a million Charlie - it's exactly what I was trying to do when the word processor went kaput.
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Ryan Bramlett


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Colorado, USA
Post  Posted 28 Dec 2018 9:13 pm    
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i have no idea what this is about but i'm interested to see where it's going. What are you using this chart for?
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Bobby Nelson


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North Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 29 Dec 2018 2:10 am    
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Ryan, It represents the 10 strings x 27 frets of the fretboard on my E9 neck. When I played 6-string guitar, after a couple years, you could take a poker, and hit a spot anywhere on the neck, and I could tell you what the note was - if not instantly, then certainly within 1/2 of a second. I'm using this chart to help learn the same on pedal steel. I do it kind of like a crossword puzzle a few times a week. I'm a sort of a "seat of the pants" kind of guy: I can drive your race car to the win, but couldn't tell you how the carburetor works, other than it sucks air and gas. So, this is a pretty cool exercise, as it gets the technical part of my brain working and thinking and learning, and helps me to overcome that kind of deficit.
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