Music Theory
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Level PR. 2

Lesson 4 Chapter 1 Module 2

This lesson introduces the Open-String notes E, A, and D. These are the first bass notes that you're learning. You'll be using these notes a lot in late Book 1 and all of Book 2. They're super cool!

Where to Play On The Guitar

Note Name and Audio

Note on Staff

A fretboard diagram of the note E2 on the guitar.

Low Open E is played on the Open 6th string of the guitar.

Low Open E

The note low E on the musical staff.

Open E is below the staff. It has 3 ledger lines. It sits Open D is played on the Open 4th string.  below the third ledger line.

Fretboard diagram showing where to play the note A2 on the guitar.

Open A is played on the Open 5th string. 

Open A

The Note A2 on the music staff

Open A is below the staff. It has two ledger lines. It sits on the second ledger line. You can see the lines sticking out either side of it!

Fretboard diagram showing where to play the note D3 on the guitar.

Open D is played on the Open 4th string. 

Open D

The note D3 on the treble clef.

Open D hangs on the bottom of the musical staff. It is in a space.

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