help arg

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by Robbie Butler, Sep 27, 2003.

  1. can some one please tell me [ or link me ] to a site where it tells me all the notes on a gutair down to the 12 threat [or further :p] please ?
  2. yoshi


    Jul 12, 2002
    England, London

    Heres one I found for you on google (assuming you mean bass guitar?)
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    Theres an even better one in a book I have, bass for beginners by Glenn Letsch, that has a chart in from open-fret 14. It also has a score below it shoiwng what each fret position looks like on notation.

    I havnt a scanner so cant get a copy but if you can buy the book/get someone to scan it then do so!
  3. Figjam


    Aug 5, 2003
    Boston, MA
    by threat, u mean fret?
  4. Are you Frettening me? hmm


  5. odie

    odie Supporting Member

    MMMMnnnn Misc!!
  6. Mud Flaps

    Mud Flaps

    Feb 3, 2003
    Norton, MA
    Odie I disagree. Why wouldn't this be in General Technique and Instruction?
  7. Mudflap...give it up man, don't argue with the mods, it will only make your stay less enjoyable, TRUST ME ON THIS! And trust the over_looked who questioned odie and got his ass banned...Mr. Odie is a mod and for that, you must respect him and his decisions :) ~ Ty
  8. BassesOfDeath


    Sep 13, 2003

    So what happens after the 12th fret? :confused:
  9. kaboom133


    Oct 19, 2001
    Latrobe PA
    repeat as necessary
  10. BassesOfDeath


    Sep 13, 2003
    But if it was writen as music how would you know to play like the 3rd fret or the 15th fret?
  11. so.....

    BC's and EF's are always right next to each other on the Fretboard.

    would they be considered a half step apart?
  12. Bob Clayton

    Bob Clayton Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

    Aug 14, 2001
    Deptford, NJ
    so that means respect all mods right?

    then i want my respect around here

    any anyway...i belive its a halfstep
  13. kaboom133


    Oct 19, 2001
    Latrobe PA
    well, from my limited understanding, that pattern is fallowed anywhere on the fretboard you look. no matter where you look, F will always come right after E as long as the intonation is set right. this goes for anything on that chart.