#1
i went and improvised to day with a song and it sounds amazing, i thought about adding some piano to it so i was like what key am i in but honestly i have no idea

the notes i play are F F# G# A# B C# D# E

anybody know i'm kinda new to music theory so i honestly dont know
#2
B major or G# minor

depends on what your base note was.
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#4
well being capo on the fourth fret here is the tab

e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-0---------3----------3----2------------3-------------------------------|
G|----0----------0----------------0---------------------------x2----------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|------------0------0-------0-------0----3-------------------------------|
E|-3-----3------------------------------------------------------------------|

e|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------0-------------------------------0----------------------------|
G|---0--------------0---------0---0---------------0----------------x4-----|
D|-------0-------------0---------------2--------------2--------------------|
A|----------------------------------3------3---------------3----------------|
E|---3------3-------------3-------------------------------------------------|


e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|----0-----------0---2-------2-----0-------------------------------------|
D|---------2--------------0-------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|----0-------0-------2-----0-------3-------------------------------------|
#7
Quote by mgilesfan27
wtf is a chromatic passing tone
It's a note that isn't in key but you use it anyway because it sounds good.

Actually, that's more of the definition of a chromatic tone, which is what I meant. A chromatic passing tone would be something like when you're playing a Blues in A with the A minor pentatonic and briefly play an Eb, the blue note, to create some tension. A chromatic passing tone is a note outside of the scale that you briefly play to create a sense of movement.