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Are the notes written an octave too high? No - the guitar is a transposing instrument.
Music for the guitar is written one octave higher than pitch actually played.

Getting started

  • Click "Settings..." to change the way the drill works — you can control if sounds will play.
  • You'll see an empty staff.
  • Click any of the guitar frets (click behind the nut for open strings) to see the matching note on the staff.
  • OR... click anywhere on the staff to see the matching guitar fret(s).
  • When you're done working, click "Stop".

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