#1
Is there anything like a diagram for the musical notes on the fretboard , something like Fret1 - F Fret2 - F. Fret3 - G and so on ?
It'd really help me alot.

Edit: corected my linguistic error.
Last edited by Kroaton at Dec 23, 2008,
#2
Grif board?

Do you mean the fret board? (darkish wood with silver fret's)


Also what your after is a diagram of the note's on each string that you get when you fret certain fret's, i can get you a link to a diagram.

i'll post it in one second.

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#3
Yeah sorry fret board , in my language it's called a griff , no ideea why tough.

Yeah , a diagram to each fret's musical corespondent , I'm seeking to memorize so I can compose without having to think what note is where first.
#4
Quote by Kroaton
Yeah sorry fret board , in my language it's called a griff , no ideea why tough.

Yeah , a diagram to each fret's musical corespondent , I'm seeking to memorize so I can compose without having to think what note is where first.


You German?
#5
Romanian , Thank you alot Daniel , that's exactly what I needed , forever in your debt man.
Searched for hours and couldn't find anything remotely similar.
#6
I have no idea where you're from but it's called the fretboard, and what you're referring to as the "griff" or "grif" or "gryf" is the neck itself.
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#7
Thanks , it's a matter of lost in translation , I was searching for "griffboard" diagrams.
Thank you again for your lighting fast replys , I love this forum.