As you progress through your fretboard training and learn how to remember notes on the guitar you will begin to really notice them in the songs you listen to. Which is how you can begin to tell how well you are grasping the different pitches between the notes on the guitar.
Here you will memorize the E note on the fretboard. Practice slowly until you can play each note while standing up and hardly looking at the guitar. If you haven’t already take a look at 5 Ways Speed Up Your Stage Presence.
Fretboard E Note Facts:
String 1: The E Note is played Open string and vibrates at 330Hz.
String 2: The E Note is played on the (5th)Fifth Fret and vibrates at 330Hz.
String 3: The E Note is played on the (9th)Ninth Fret and vibrates at 330Hz.
String 4: The E Note is played on the (2nd)Second Fret and vibrates at 165Hz.
String 5: The E Note is played on the (7th)Seventh Fret and vibrates at 165Hz.
String 6: The E Note is played Open string and vibrates at 82.5Hz.
Ways to Practice Memorizing Without Getting Bored
Lets face it, turning on the metronome at 40 Beats Per Minute and plucking a single note for ten to fifteen minutes while signing the note out loud isn’t always the funnest thing to do. If your like me than you sometime catch yourself refocusing after about a 30 minute lapse in random jamming out bits.
Take it in chunks and just play a few minutes at a time and never play because you feel you must the moment it becomes a chore it becomes a bore. Just stick to one note at a time and soon enough you will know all the guitar fretboard notes.