Discussion in 'Playing and Technique' started by ♫♪♫, Oct 14, 2008.
anybody know of some flash cards I can use to drill guitar students?
Dunno, but when you find some, let me know.
whoa found a HUGE stash:
tons of them all in PDF format and EXCELLENT quality...even has some worksheets for the students to do! Awesome!
What I was looking for, and I haven't found yet, is I wish someone made 3" by 5" index cards with about 5-6 frets of "blank" guitar fretboard. Perhaps 3-4 frets would be enough.
Then when I find a riff I like, I could copy it onto the 3 by 5 card and file it away. One could shuffle the cards and play through the riffs in a different order.
I know that this is an "old school" method of organizing, but it has worked for me in the past. It's easy to carry around cards of this size in a shirt pocket for review. Does anyone know where I can buy these?
hmm...not right now...but I will keep an eye out. great idea by the way!
The lines are already on the index cards...put some frets on there and go to Kinko's man!
I've got literally hundreds of 3 by 5 cards (left over from my academic days) that are unlined! I'll probably just grab my straight edge and go to work . . .
You can buy a rubber stamp of the fretboard....
I have one, but couldn't begin to tell you where I got it.
Here's what I have my students do:
Go to my site: http://rocknrollsf.com/guitar-lessons/
Grab the free guitar frames from the homepage (you all have my permission to use them for non-commercial purposes). Print them out on sticker paper, cut them up and stick whichever parts you need on each card.
Or print them on regular paper and use a glue stick or something similar.