Knowing about Notes with Sharps and Flats
If you look at the Fret Board Chart, each fret on each string has a different note, including the six, open strings (the white notes), up to the 13th fret. Some frets have just one letter note name and some have two notes—a Sharp and a Flat. The Sharp looks like a Tic-Tac-Toe game, and the Flat looks like a lower case “b”. Each of these can be a Root Note also. Your music will tell you which to call it.

Sharp and Flat

Sharp and Flat

Fret Board Chart from the Kit

Fret Board Chart from the Kit

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