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Asked by Dave on 2002-03-05
Where do you find what a note is comparable to in sharp vs. flat. ie. how do you know that c# is the same as Db? And while your at it where is it explained that # is sharp etc... Thanks
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Answer posted by Unknown on 2002-04-29
because htey go in order from a-g... then in betweenthey have # and flat.in order it goes starting from big E string E-F-F# OR G FLAT-G-G# OR A FLAT-A-A# OR B FLAT-C-C# OR D FLAT-D-D# OR E FLAT-THEN E AGAIN.......who knows why that thing means sharp

Answer posted by Unknown on 2003-02-12
Buy the guitar handbook by ralph denyer this is the answer to all of the questions on this no knowledge patrionistic waste of cyber space web site

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