#1
I am finally forcing myself to practice more just going up and down the fretboard naming the notes that I am hitting. I am just wondering in alternate tunings will it always be that F will be one half step up from E, same thing with C and B respectively?

I just want to make sure that this is true before I continue.
-Roy

My Gear
Fender 60th Anniversary Standard Stratocaster
Washburn Lyon (LCT24)
Silvertone Revolver Bass
Ibanez IJV50 Acoustic
Fender CD160E-12
Guild Starfire IV
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#2
Yes. No matter what tuning you're in, E and F/B and C will always be a half step apart. The intervals between the notes stay the same.
#3
Yeah im pretty sure that 1/2 up from E is always F. Think of it like a piano, there is no black key between E and F, same with B and C.

Anyone else feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.

P.S. E# and B# notes do exist for the purpose of notation
#4
Cool thanks, I just wanted to make sure.
-Roy

My Gear
Fender 60th Anniversary Standard Stratocaster
Washburn Lyon (LCT24)
Silvertone Revolver Bass
Ibanez IJV50 Acoustic
Fender CD160E-12
Guild Starfire IV
Some cruddy classical that my parents bought off ebay for like 40 bucks.