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Old 08-13-2019, 12:58 PM
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So glad I started out taking piano lessons, where the relationships between notes and chords is so much more obvious. Need a seventh, hmmm, 8 full steps in an octave, oh, look, it's literally one full step down from the octave.

I feel for the OP. Relationships are harder to "see" on the guitar. You really do have to memorize a lot of scales and notes. Tell me to hit a C above high C on a piano? ::PLUNK!:: On a guitar? Let's see, when I play a C chord, the B string becomes a C when I put my finger here, so 8 steps up from that... hmm, this'll take a while...