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Levels PR. 7-8

Lesson 8 Chapter 1 Module 2

This lesson introduces B, Open B, E, and High Open E.

At the end of the lesson, you will know all the Open String Notes.

Where to Play On The Guitar

Note Name and Audio

Note on Staff

Fretboard Diagram of B2 on the guitar.

B is played on the second fret, 5th string.

B

The note B2 on the treble Clef.

B is below the staff. It has one ledger line. It is in the space below the ledger line.

Fretboard Diagram of the note E3 on the guitar.

E is played on the second fret, 5th string. 

G, or High G

E

Image of the note E3 on the treble clef.

E is on the bottom line of the staff. 

Fretboard diagram of B3 on the guitar

Open B is played on the open second string. 

It can also be played on the third string, fourth fret. 

Open B

The note High G on the musical staff.

Open B is on a line. In fact, it's right in the middle of the staff!

Fretboard diagram of the note e4 on the guitar.

Open High E is played on the open first string.

Open High E

The note E3 on the treble clef.

Open High E is in the top space of the staff.

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