Ted’s Suggestion for Comprehension

When Ted was writing Chord Chemistry, he included a paragraph similar to what is written here.  This may have been the “first draft” for the notes in the book.

This advice truly applies to everything one reads, as Ted, an avid reader himself, well knew.

“When you encounter something you don’t understand: a) re-read it carefully, b) if you still don’t get it, read on – it may be clarified in the next few sentences, c) if you still don’t get it, back up to the beginning of the section you were reading and try again – SLOWLY.”

Ted in Apt. 8  surrounded by mountains of books, a testimony to his love of reading.

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