# How many total guitar notes are there?

## How many total guitar notes are there?

12 notes
Just like on piano, there are 12 notes in total on guitar, that make up what is known as the chromatic scale. This means for every 12 frets on the guitar, starting at any fret on any string, you are covering the entire range of notes.

## What are all the notes of a guitar?

Here’s the full order of notes you play if you go all the way to the 12th fret:

• E = open string.
• F = 1st fret.
• F# = 2nd fret.
• G = 3rd fret.
• G# = 4th fret.
• A = 5th fret.
• A# = 6th fret.
• B = 7th fret.

What are the 12 notes on guitar?

The full set of notes is:

• A, A#, B, C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#
• Notice that there is no such thing as E# or B#. E and B do not ever have sharps, and the notes simply skip from E→F. As such, there is no C♭ or F♭ either. If you remember this small exception to the rule, memorizing the guitar will be easy.

What are the 6 notes on guitar?

The guitar has 6 strings. Listed from low to high, the guitar string notes are: E, A, D, G, B, E. To help memorize these string names, there are a couple of sayings that we can use: Eddie Ate Dynamite, Good Bye Eddie or Eat A Dead Grasshopper Before Everything.

### What is G in guitar?

Here is the G chord on guitar in open position. It is played by placing your first finger on the 5th string 2nd fret, 2nd finger on the 6th string 3rd fret, and 3rd finger on the 1st string 3rd fret. The other strings are played open.

### What is C note on the guitar?

On the low E string, the C note is found on the eighth fret. If you have any doubts, start at the open E note on the guitar and count the half steps (frets) all the way up to C. On the A string, C is found on the third fret. On the D string, C is found at the tenth fret. And so on!

What is Do Re Mi in guitar?

Do, Re and Mi are the first few syllables of a melody that is comprised of the different notes of the major scale. By training your ear to recognize the sound of these notes, you’ll be on your way to learning major scales.

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