Overview
First lesson in which I go through what I call the "Guitar Overview" or what the parts of the guitar are and the note system and how it works. A lot of this information will come back as we need to become more familiar with it, but check it out. Here are some bullet points of this video:

The Guitar is build up of the: Body, Neck, Tuning Machines, Frets, Bridge and Nut

Notes work just like the alphabet:

A - B - C - D - E - F - G

After each note is the same note sharp:

A - A# | C - C# | D - D# | F - F# | G - G#

...or the next note flat:

A - A#/Bb | C - C#/Db | D - D#/Eb | F - F#/Gb | G - G#/Ab

B - C & E - F = no sharps or flats in between

The full note system:

A - A#/Bb - B - C - C#/Db - D - D#/Eb - E - F - F#/Gb - G - G#/Ab - back to A!

1st String = E | 2nd String = B | 3rd String = G | 4th String = D | 5th String = A | 6th String = E

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