e sharp, b, g sharp, B, G sharp, A
Much appreciated, thank you!
OK let's see, first are those notes. Second are the same notes with the flatted notes converted to their equal sharps. When looking at it like that it's easier to see that these notes outline a B7 chord. Hope that helps!
Dang it. FLAT! Not sharp!
What's flat? Can you clarify the notes please? Thx
The way this guitar is setup isn't E, A, D, G, B, e, rather A, G flat, B, g flat, b, e flat. From what I'm playing, interested to keep a guitar tuned this way.
OMG, replace "sharp" with "flat". My brain...
grimmdude, thanks so much!
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