#2
Take your ears and use them to listen to the vibrations that are caused by the string when you hit a natural harmonic. Once you are certain that you have captured the frequency with your ears, use your brain to figure out what note that frequency corresponds to.

Seriously, just play it and then try and find the same note an octave down on the fretboard, then you will know.
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#5
12 frets up - 1 octave higher
5 frets up - 2 octaves higher
7 frets up - perfect 12th.

Is that what you mean?
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12 frets up - 1 octave higher
5 frets up - 2 octaves higher
7 frets up - perfect 12th.

Is that what you mean?


perfect thanks ,

am i right in thinking the 9th is a major 3rd ?