#1
I would be forever grateful if someone could give me a link to a site that lists all the notes down the fretboard but as actual music notes (for sheet music) and where they fall on the staff... Please help!!!
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#2
3rd fret on the A string is middle C

(c one ledger line below staff) in treble clef
that might help a bit... sorry i dont have a site where its all written out.
#3
e/ a / d /g /b /e is open strings
f / a# / d# /g# /c /f is first fret
f#/ b / e /a /c# /f# is second fret
g/ c / f /a# /d /g is third fret

all notes have a # in between them !except b/c and e/f!
All these notes above are played in first position you should try to memorize these notes if you want to start reading music
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I would be forever grateful if someone could give me a link to a site that lists all the notes down the fretboard but as actual music notes (for sheet music) and where they fall on the staff... Please help!!!
I know this isn't exactly what you're asking for, but you could start here.

The figures marked 1, 2 and 3 are ranges for different types of guitars.

If you're interested, the rest of this standard notation lesson is here.
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#8
Fret board


Musical staff (bass and treble)







Assuming you can already read tab (i.e. your not inummerate) than this is pretty much all the music reading ability you'll ever need (ignoring vast amounts of ledger lines and aciacitura's etc.)
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there. that should do it.
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#10
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3rd fret on the A string is middle C

(c one ledger line below staff) in treble clef
that might help a bit... sorry i dont have a site where its all written out.


Actually, the 2nd sting 1rst fret is Middle C. My guitar teacher explained it to me yesterday how it is the actual correct pitch of middle C.
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Actually, the 2nd sting 1rst fret is Middle C. My guitar teacher explained it to me yesterday how it is the actual correct pitch of middle C.
When getting into discussions like this we need to remember that tones on the guitar sound one octave lower than written. Yes, the tone we produce at the guitar's second string, first fret is indeed middle C. Both of these notes represent the tone we call middle C if we use the indicated instrument to play them.
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#12
well, seeing that the 2nd line of the staff is specifically the pitch of the open 3rd string, moving up the staff (and fretboard) will show you that the 1st fret of the 2nd string is middle C - GS is correct
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