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#beginquote# Well, there's some false information in that last post. In treble clef, middle C is not the third space. That is c5. c4 is middle C, and that is on the first ledger line below the staff. In bass clef, middle C is not the second space (which is c3), it is the first ledger line above the staff. (They are all C, but there is only one middle C) Also, transposition isn't necessary for guitarists. Also, some half steps were missed in naming notes. The guitar reads only one clef, I believe... perhaps the grand staff. Grand staff seems to make sense due to the wide range of pitches. I used to read guitar music but that was years ago and I pretty much forgot it all. But yeah, search online, you are bound to find something. #endquote#
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