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#beginquote# hi wonderflute, thanks, i'll have a look for them books. My guitar teacher can sight read a little, when he teaches me grade pieces (which have music and tab on) he teaches me the rhythm through notation. But even then i find it easier to memorise what he was playing, he told me i have a good 'guitarists' memory. Can you be an instrumental teacher without having the ability to sight read? I think when you can get to the stage of working out alot of music by ear you are talented good an propper, sadly i can't do it that well yet! i think that comes with time. I think music in general just takes time. If you were stuck on a desert island with an instument (knowing middle C) and had any piece of music i reckon you could play it. What is number 7 in your state? the seventh best? thanks #endquote#
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