#4
no such thing as B# though :P
it goes from B a half step up right to C
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#5
Quote by zian615
no such thing as B# though :P
it goes from B a half step up right to C


well actually there is a B#, it just happens to be the same tone as C.
#6
also if you had a non tempered tuning instrument the notes would sound different... i think
#7
I got another question if I play a Gmaj chord on guitar and I can play a Gmajor scale on bass. Or if I play a Gmajor scale on guitar I can also use Gmajor on Bass?
#9
Quote by zian615
no such thing as B# though :P
it goes from B a half step up right to C
There is most certainly a B#. If your teacher told you this you need to demand your money back immediately. Without a B# the keys of C# Major and A# minor would be impossible.

I urge you to study this illustration carefully. And never, ever let anyone tell you that there's no such thing as B# again!
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- Dr. Thomas Fuller (British physician, 1654-1734)
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