#1
As the title says it all, please respond. I'm estimating my vocal range and appearantly I can't include my falsetto according to some dudes here on UG. I could hit the notes from A on 6th string 3rd fret to a C on 1st string 10th fret. Although, this includes falsetto. Would this be 3,5 octaves vocal range?

Grateful for answers.
#2
6th string 3rd fet = G

1st string 10th fret = D

unless you've tuned down

sorry to not be helpful
#3
Quote by guerito
6th string 3rd fet = G

1st string 10th fret = D

unless you've tuned down

sorry to not be helpful


Well, that's true Would this be 3,5 octaves?
#4
Firstly, there is a vocal thread. Secondly, no, it's not 3 and a half. Your vocal range is just a bit smaller than mine (I can go to the Eb below that G) and I am just short of 3. You've only got 2 and a half.

G (3rd fret) to G (G String) = 1 octave
G (string) to G (3rd fret high E string) = 1 octave
G (3rd fret high E) to D (10th fret) = .5 octave

= 2 and a half octaves.

EDIT:

Well technically it's two and a fifth octaves :p not two and a half as that would imply it was halfway towards the next octave and it's more than that.

Hope that helps.
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