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Asked by Jayde on 2000-08-05
This probally a really dumb question but I can play the chords like D major, A major ect...but I'm having trouble actully reading the music... Ex. dddd does that mean I play D major 4 times??? If so what does the A above it mean??? thanks
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Answer posted by Scum_of_The_Earth on 2000-08-11
The A above it means play the A Major, the dddd means downstroke four times. The letters above tell you what chord and the d's are for downstrokes.

Answer posted by Unknown on 2000-11-11
man that is dumb

Answer posted by whouredaddy on 2000-12-30
figure it out einstein

Answer posted by Unknown on 2001-03-23
ur an idiot

Answer posted by Pete the prick on 2001-05-14
dddd means You have a sticky key on your keyboard, buy a new one.

Answer posted by JOJO on 2001-09-26
Come guys did you start out playing hendrix I bet you guys sounded horrible when you started and probably do now too

Answer posted by Unknown on 2001-10-18
Jojo put some gojo in your bungho

Answer posted by Unknown on 2002-02-17
dumb or what.

Answer posted by Randy on 2002-02-25
If all you smart %^$%^ think this is a stupid question I wonder why in earth are you even checking out these lessons. There are no stupid questions, just stupid people.

Answer posted by smurf on 2002-08-27
big brave unknown, eh. you never had to learn. of course, the only playing you do is on the hairy banjo.

Answer posted by christina on 2002-12-25
"You have a sticky key on your keyboard, buy a new one." that had to be the 1st time i laughed at one of the jokes at this site!!! keep it going

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