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Ten 1 Page Lessons

Jay McConnell (2030) · [archive]
Style: Basics · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11


NOTES IN THE FIRST POSITION:
Did you know that every note/pitch on the guitar, except those found above the 4th fret (high E), are ALL in the first position?

Chromatic - Pos1
A way to label these locations, similar to the piano system, is:

Starting with low E:

1 ~ E1, F1, F#1, G1, G#1, A1, A#1, B1, C1, C#1, D1, D#1

2 ~ E2, F2, Gb2, G2, Ab2, A2, Bb2, B2, C2, Db2, D2, Eb2

3 ~ E3, F3, F#3, G3, G#3

F#=Gb ~ G#=Ab ~ A#=Bb ~ C#=Db ~ D#=Eb (Enharmonics)

What does this mean for the other positions?