#1
can anyone give me a link to a page where i can view all the notes to guitar?
also those who goes outside the 5 basic lines...
im kinda new on guitar and really want to learn everyone of them !

thanks!
#2
i'm not sure what you're asking really....

the notes are: A A# B C C# D D# E F F# G G#

A# is the same thing as Bb, C# is the same thing as Db, D# is the same thing as Eb, F# is the same thing as Gb, and G# is the same thing as Ab

# means sharp, as in A# means A sharp
b means flat, as in Ab mean A flat

if you are asking what each note at each fret on each string is, then here:

e-||-F-|-F#|-G-|-G#|-A-|-A#|-B-|-C-|-C#|-D-|-D#|-E-|
B-||-C-|-C#|-D-|-D#|-E-|-F-|-F#|-G-|-G#|-A-|-A#|-B-|
G-||-G#|-A-|-A#|-B-|-C-|-C#|-D-|-D#|-E-|-F-|-F#|-G-|
D-||-D#|-E-|-F-|-F#|-G-|-G#|-A-|-A#|-B-|-C-|-C#|-D-|
A-||-A#|-B-|-C-|-C#|-D-|-D#|-E-|-F-|-F#|-G-|-G#|-A-|
E-||-F-|-F#|-G-|-G#|-A-|-A#|-B-|-C-|-C#|-D-|-D#|-E-|
     1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10  11  12


does any of this answer your question?
#3
I believe he wants actual music notation. I can't find you an image off google right now it seems, but basically, each line/space is another note name higher. For example, the lowest line is an "E" note (assuming you're in the treble clef, which you should be if you're playing guitar). So, the next space above E, is and F. And the line above the space for F is a G. If you continue this pattern, you can figure out what each space/line means, write them down, and practice learning them. If you want to go above the regular number of lines, you draw in a temp little line above/through the note. It's kind of hard to describe. Just use google images and "sheet music" to find some examples. You'll figure it out.

Or, just take lessons.
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