#1
Hello everyone yesterday i was reading a book about music theory

and so far i have understood that the G key is the most used in guitar, isnt it?


So, i have some questions:

1)is there only one note C in the G key? and in what fret do i play that note?

2)is there any rule to know in what fret i need to play the notes in the staff? or the only way is to memorize every note in the fret?


sorry for that questions, they're maybe stupid
thank you
#2
Well, yes. G major is very used, but mainly E minor which is its relative Minor. For your next questions:

1. There isn't one note in the key of C, there are 7 like every other key. There just aren't any flats or sharps, meaning the notes of C major / A minor would be C D E F G A B.

2. I'd learn both. Once you memorize every note on the fretboard, you could apply that knowledge to sheet music. Meaning, if you see a high F on sheet music, you'd know several positions to play that note in.
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#3
I agree with Kartman, but I think the answer you were looking for in your first question is that there are an infinite amount of C notes in the key of G. The key of G contains the notes G A B C D E F# and then starts again on G one octave higher than the first one. This means that if you play through the key again, you will hit another C note that is one octave higher than the first one and if you keep on doing this, you will soon realize that it will never end.
#4
thats what i wanted to know, and for example:

how do you know where to play that exactly C note?
#5
play it anywhere...a C is a C is a C.

Scales exist all over the fretboard...wherever there's a G there's a G major scale, and the corresponding C.
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