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ELFEO28

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I am a starting from scratch.  I am practicing my G and C scale.  During my practice i have noticed that some will use different keys on the accordion for the same note, sometimes using a in instead or out or just a different finger placement.  I wanted to know if there are multiple keys for the same note and when to  use them will be based on whether you need to go in to set up for and out key or maybe just easier to get to with the fingers.  Sorry for the newbie question, just trying to get it right in this big nuca of mine.

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It comes down to what's easier for you. That's the beauty of this instrument, there is no one way to play it. You just play!!!
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Most people learn songs mostly going out and once they learn it that way it's easier to keep playing it the same way.  When I learn a song I learn in and out because your fingers don't have to go as far.  There has to be a method to your madness - don't change bellows direction just because.  It's better if you change bellow direction for a whole riff or half of one or if your going to go in and out in rapid succession. 
ELFEO28

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Thanks for your words.  It helps formulate my idea of it.  Kinda like practice with a method.  Once you got it you will have a feeling of a natural flow so you can just play.
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Checking in. I am still at it.

I am learning slowly but it is coming along. I am belive it or not still only practicing my G and C scale. I have also practiced some videos of terminacinoes, I know that isn't much but I understand the music scale diagrams and have read most of the links available. Is there any section on this site that helps with bringing all together?
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Hey go on you tube and look up bigshow71. He has beginner instructional videos where you can learn songs note by note. He also has videos on scales and finger excercises etc..[biggrin]
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ELFEO28

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Thank you for the tip on the youtube search.  There is a wealth of information using that user name.  Tambien comense usar Sr. Maestro y eso me esta ayudando mucho.  La primera cancion que me gustaria aprender es Las Mananitas y bigshow71 tiene una lectura en youtube para esa cancion.

Gracias muchos!!


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