Extra Notes

Introduction

Going through those 6-strings, you deserve to give yourself a cleaan pat-on-the-back.. it was a bit of a Swiss-cheese rundown, in how there were some 'holes'.. frets on each string that were 'skipped' over. How might those be filled-in? (At least in terms of traditional note-naming.) That's where 'sharps' & 'flats" come into the picture, accounting for all those gaps/frets which went unplayed. To start things off with sharps, this is a little piece called Minuet.

Notes on all 6 strings plus sharps
(The "gap" notes filled-in as sharps)

To start things off with sharps, this is a little piece called Minuet.

i) Minuet

Actually, sharps/flats are like 2-sides of the same coin, "gap" notes have 2-names -- a "sharp" version & a "flat" version. That "b" symbol beside each note is the symbol for the flatted-note.

help all flat
(The same "gap" notes but named as flats instead of sharps)

ii) In the Hall of Mountain King