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Unformatted text preview: e. tuning pegs 5. f. nut 6. g. bridge 7. h. pickguard 8. i. frets 9, 10. 7. What is the relationship between a root note and its octave? (2 points) a. they are two different notes that sound dissonant when they are played together b. they are the same note but on has a higher pitch that the other c. they are two half-steps apart from each other d. they are not related 8 . As the frets get smaller the pitch gets lower. True False 9 . The 1 st string is the __________ (thinnest/thickest) string on the guitar. 10 . Major chords sound _________ and minor chords sound _________. 11 . The smallest interval that the fretboard board is divided into is: a. whole-steps b. quarter-steps c. half-steps d. whole notes 12. Name all seven natural notes (no sharps or flats) and the letters we use to represent them (2 points) 13 . An open string is an octave lower than the same string played on the 10 th fret. True False...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Mcpherson during the Spring '11 term at Miramar College.
- Spring '11