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Although I've been playing a number of years, my reading skills are certainly less than I'd like as I tend to use other methods to learn tunes and focus a lot on improvisation. But I've been working on my reading more recently and came up with this little tip. I have no idea if this is used by others as a way to quickly identify the first three upper ledger lines but it has been helping me and I wanted to share it for those who might be able to use it or are teaching others.

The first line is A. The letter A has one horizontal line in it.

The second line is C. The letter C has two horizontal points in it's curve.

The third line is E. E has three horizontal lines.

Simple! :bluewink2:
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