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  • #20927
    cricket
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    I’m sure it will help!

    #52147
    Steve Srader
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    What are the notes for each string like D string is G-G#/Ab-A-A#/Bb-B-G-C#/Db-D-D#/Eb-E-F-F#/Gb-G is their a finger board chart for the D-A-E strings like their is for the D string ?

    #52151
    Angela
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    #52179
    John (BGD)
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    Steve, I’m sorry, I’m not sure what you mean!

    #52207
    Steve Srader
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    On the finger board illustration it shows G through G for notes is that the same for every string E-A-D-G

    #52209
    John (BGD)
    Keymaster

    Oh, sorry! No, that’s just for the G string. The D string would start on D, etc. (See the image above that Angela posted.) I don’t have a similar diagram for all the strings.

    #52219
    cricket
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    Elephants Always Do Grow Big Ears…take off the big ears and the sentence is still true plus you have the tuning for an upright bass or an upsidedown fiddle…from there…well I guess that’s the only easy part.  But, Steve, have you seen youtubes explaining the CAGE method of guitar chords?  It’s kind of an interesting illustration of something guitar players sorta knew, but might have never seen the whole picture of at one time…sort of the visual cascade of one chord morphing into another.  Why I bring this up, I have no idea…but I understand it on the guitar…and I keep thinking there is something like this going on along the fiddle neck, but hard to grasp at one time.

    #52220
    cricket
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    Sorry…CAGED, not CAGE…I can’t type!

    #52223
    Nancy Parker
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    Steve:  Check out the following youtube.

     

     

    #52225
    Steve Srader
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    Thanks everyone I think I got it . Click on the image and tell me have I got it figured out or not ?

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    #52254
    John (BGD)
    Keymaster

    YES! Great work, Steve.

    #52273
    Steve Srader
    Participant

    Great and thanks

    #88878
    gigi
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    Allo a vous tous y a t-ils quelqu’un qui parle français car j’aimerais discutée bien sure de musique et violon ,je me sentirais moins seul et pourrais avoir quelque truc.

    Merci

    Gigi

    #88879
    Steve Srader
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    You can use a computer app to translate English to French if that helps !

    Vous pouvez utiliser une application informatique pour traduire l’anglais en Français si cela aide !

    #88880
    Steve Srader
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    Vous pouvez utiliser une application informatique pour traduire l’anglais en Français si cela aide ! Comme utiliser bing microsoft translator

    #88881
    Frederick
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    Hi Steve: I don’t know whether you noticed or not but on your violin fingering chart have a look at the A string. Way up the string where the F is, you have a G as the next note. It really should be an F Sharp and then a G and so forth. 🙂

    #88882
    Steve Srader
    Participant

    Thanks Fred

    #88883
    cricket
    Participant

    Steve…HI!  Where have you been?

    #88884
    Steve Srader
    Participant

    Cricket I am in hiding but I am all vaccinated and ready to go

    #88885
    cricket
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    Hope you can get out and enjoy yourself!

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