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1

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Bsharp2

III: 4 in 1st   3 in -2nd   

2 in +2nd   1 in -3rd   

-1 in +3rd

2

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

F2

IV: 4 in 1st   3 in -2nd   

2 in +2nd   1 in -3rd   

-1 in +3rd

3

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Aflat4

I: 4 in +4th

4

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

G2

III: 0 in any position

IV: 4 in +2nd   3 in -3rd   

2 in +3rd   1 in -4th   

-1 in +4th

5

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

C4

I: 3 in Half   2 in 1st   

1 in -2nd   -1 in +2nd

II: 4 in -4th   3 in +4th

6

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Gsharp2

III: 1 in Half   -1 in 1st

IV: 4 in -3rd   3 in +3rd   

2 in -4th   1 in +4th

7

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Cflat3

I: 2 in Half   1 in 1st   

-1 in -2nd

II: 4 in +3rd   3 in -4th   

2 in +4th

8

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Fflat4

I: 4 in +2nd   3 in -3rd   

2 in +3rd   1 in -4th   

-1 in +4th

9

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

B3

I: 2 in Half   1 in 1st   

-1 in -2nd

II: 4 in +3rd   3 in -4th   

2 in +4th

10

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

F3

II: 3 in Half   2 in 1st   

1 in -2nd   -1 in +2nd

III: 4 in -4th   3 in +4th

11

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

E2

IV: 4 in Half   3 in 1st   

2 in -2nd   1 in +2nd   

-1 in -3rd

12

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Dsharp3

II: 1 in Half   -1 in 1st

III: 4 in -3rd   3 in +3rd   

2 in -4th   1 in +4th

13

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Gflat4

I: 4 in +3rd   3 in -4th   

2 in +4th

14

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Csharp3

III: 4 in -2nd   3 in +2nd   

2 in -3rd   1 in +3rd   

-1 in -4th

15

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Dsharp4

I: 4 in -2nd   3 in +2nd   

2 in -3rd   1 in +3rd   

-1 in -4th

16

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Aflat3

II: 4 in -2nd   3 in +2nd   

2 in -3rd   1 in +3rd   

-1 in -4th

17

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

C3

III: 4 in 1st   3 in -2nd   

2 in +2nd   1 in -3rd   

-1 in +3rd

18

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Csharp2

IV: 1 in Half   -1 in 1st

19

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Dsharp2

IV: 3 in Half   2 in 1st   

1 in -2nd   -1 in +2nd

20

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Gsharp4

I: 4 in +4th

21

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

B2

III: 4 in Half   3 in 1st   

2 in -2nd   1 in +2nd   

-1 in -3rd

IV: 4 in +4th

22

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Fsharp4

I: 4 in +3rd   3 in -4th   

2 in +4th

23

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

F4

I: 4 in -3rd   3 in +3rd   

2 in -4th   1 in +4th

24

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

C2

IV: 0 in any position

25

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Csharp4

I: 4 in Half   3 in 1st   

2 in -2nd  1 in +2nd   

-1 in -3rd

II: 4 in +4th

26

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Asharp3

I: 1 in Half   -1 in 1st

II: 4 in -3rd   3 in +3rd   

2 in -4th   1 in +4th

27

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Dflat2

IV: 1 in Half   -1 in 1st

28

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

E3

II: 2 in Half   1 in 1st   

-1 in -2nd

III: 4 in +3rd   3 in -4th   

2 in +4th

29

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Eflat3

II: 1 in Half   -1 in 1st

III: 4 in -3rd   3 in +3rd   

2 in -4th   1 in +4th

30

Name this pitch/octave. If it is possible to play this note on two different strings in the neck positions, include one position and fingering on each string. If it is only possible to play this note on one string in the neck positions, include only one position and fingering. 

Bsharp3

I: 3 in Half   2 in 1st   

1 in -2nd   -1 in +2nd

II: 4 in -4th   3 in +4th