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posted: 9/11/2008 at 4:38:25 PM ET
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I know that when you see the sharp sign next to the clef on sheet music you play the notes 1 fret higher but does that apply to the bottom E and A strings. please help i'm working through a teach yourself book its not very clear and theres no one else i can ask. thanks ED

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Ashley PA

posted: 9/11/2008 at 9:58:38 PM ET
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Whatever line or space the sharp or flat is on, that note is sharp or flat anywhere on the fretboard throughout the piece, unless it's marked with a natural. The natural would be marked next to the note where ever it occurs in the piece. Check out www.teoria.com. This is a music tutorial site which is very helpful. You can also google guitar lessons, and you'll find some useful sites. Good luck

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