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It doesn't matter becuase an octive is the same key, just higher or lower.
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so in the key of Cmajor i could find any c note on the neck and it will be an octave?
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so in the key of Cmajor i could find any c note on the neck and it will be an octave?

Yup
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so in the key of Cmajor i could find any c note on the neck and it will be an octave?

Well yeah, all C notes are C notes
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I dont think you understand it too well..

An octave is 12 half steps.
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Yup



.....No.

On my guitar in standard tuning, I could be playing a C three octaves higher than my original C. That isn't an octave, that is much more!
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