Pianist : New to Guitars, but not to Music.

new member
registered
2017 03 31
1 posts
chordbook.com: new member post: login to view whats this?
Senior Member
registered
2006 11 03
1,152 posts

A 'quick & dirty' answer (but probably not exactly the answer you were looking for) is to go by the FREQUENCIES of the guitar strings:

E6 = 82.407 Hz = bass-string
A5 = 110.00 Hz
D4 = 146.83 Hz
G3 = 196.00 Hz
B2 = 246.94 Hz
E1 = 329.63 Hz = treble-string

HINT: the C-note at fret 1 on the B2 sting is MIDDLE C (261.6 Hz)

...and the DEVIL said: "...yes, but it's a DRY heat!"

Senior Member
registered
2006 11 03
1,152 posts

I think this (below) is what you were asking for:



Here's the WHOLE piano keyboard:



Unfortunately, you're going to find that PIANO 'note' numbering differs from GUITAR 'string' numbering, ie:

_PIANO B3 = 246.94 Hz
GUITAR B2 = 246.94 Hz

For guitars, the first part (Xx) identifies the NOTE and the second part (xX) identifies the STRING that note in on.

One more illustration, showing guitar strings vs. staff notations:

...and the DEVIL said: "...yes, but it's a DRY heat!"


 
 
 
  • X
  • Master Volume

    30
  • Select Your Guitar

  • Right or Left Handed

  •  
  • Chord Strum Speed

    500
  • Chord Pick Speed

    120
  •  
  • Scale Speed

    120
  •  
  • Tuner Repeat Rate

    46