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1

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

C4

II: 1 half step above B3 tape

2

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Aflat3

III: 1 half step above G3 tape

3

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

G4

I: 1 half step above Fsharp4 tape

4

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Bsharp3

II: 1 half step above B3 tape

5

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

E4

II: 1 whole step above D4 tape

6

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Gsharp4

I: 1 half step below A4 tape

7

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Asharp4

I: 1 half step above A4 tape

8

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Dflat4

II: 1 half step below D4 tape

9

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Dsharp4

II: 1 half step above D4 tape

10

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Asharp4

I: 1 half step above A4 tape

11

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

C4

II: 1 half step above B3 tape

12

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Bflat3

II: 1 half step above A3 tape

1 half step below B3 tape

III: 1 whole step below C4 tape

13

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Cflat4

II: B3 tape

III: 1 half step below C4 tape

14

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Bsharp4

I: 1 whole step below D5 tape

15

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Dsharp4

II: 1 half step above D4 tape

16

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Cflat5

I: 1 whole step above A4 tape

17

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

G4

I: 1 half step above Fsharp4 tape

18

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

B3

II: B3 tape

III: 1 half step below C4 tape

19

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Aflat2

IV: 1 half step above G2 tape

1 half step below A2 tape

20

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Cflat4

II: B3 tape

III: 1 half step below C4 tape

21

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Eflat3

III: 1 half step above D3 tape

1 half step below E3 tape

IV: 1 whole step below F3 tape

22

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Asharp3

II: 1 half step above A3 tape

1 half step below B3 tape

III: 1 whole step below C4 tape

23

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Dflat5

I: 1 half step below D5 tape

24

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

A4

I: A4 tape

25

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

F4

I: 1 half step above E4 tape

1 half step below Fsharp4 tape

II: 1 whole step below G4 tape

26

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

G3

III: G3 tape

27

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Asharp3

II: 1 half step above A3 tape

1 half step below B3 tape

III: 1 whole step below C4 tape

28

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

F3

III: 1 half step above E3 tape

29

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Bflat2

IV: 1 half step above A2 tape

30

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played in the 3-finger positions, and its relationship to one of the closest tapes on your fingerboard. If it is possible to play this note on 2 different strings in the 3-finger positions, name the locations of both. 

Fsharp3

III: 1 half step below G3 tape