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1

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

B3

III

2

#1

2

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

A3

III

1

#1 #2

3

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Eflat3

IV

-2

#2 #3

4

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Gflat4

II

2

#1

5

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Csharp5

I

2

#1

6

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

G3

III

T

all shapes

7

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Dsharp4

II

-1

#3

8

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

F3

IV

3

all shapes

9

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Aflat3

III

-1

#3

10

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Bflat4

I

-1

#3

11

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Dsharp3

IV

-2

#2 #3

12

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Bflat4

I

-1

#3

13

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

C5

I

-2

#2 #3

14

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Eflat4

II

-1

#3

15

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

A3

III

1

#1 #2

16

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Gsharp3

III

-1

#3

17

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Cflat5

I

1

#1

18

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

F3

II

-2

#2 #3

19

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Asharp3

III

-2

#2 #3

20

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

F4

II

-2

#2 #3

21

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Csharp3

IV

-1

#3

22

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Gsharp3

III

-1

#3

23

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Bsharp4

I

-2

#2 #3

24

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Dsharp3

IV

-2

#2 #3

25

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Fflat4

II

1

#1

26

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

G3

III

T

all shapes

27

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Bsharp3

III

3

all shapes

28

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

G4

II

3

all shapes

29

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Cflat5

I

1

#1

30

Name this pitch/octave, the string on which it would be played, the fingering, and all possible shapes. 

Cflat4

III

2

#1