Learn the notes on the bass cleaver. The lines of the line button, or the lower split, which are G, B, D, F and A (from bottom to top). The spaces are A, C, E and G (from bottom to top). A note that is above the top line is B. The next note is my C, which has its own little line through it called a ‘degree of leadership’.
Learn the notes on the treble clef, the upper set of personnel lines. The lines are E, G, B, D and F (from bottom to top), and the spaces are F, A, C and E. Write a D note just below the first line. You can also write the middle C on this code; It is below D with its own main line. A high G rests on top of the top line. A high A note is above G and has its own main line. For notes over high A, switch between placing the note between uppercase letters for high A. A high C would be above B, with a degree of leadership below it and one through it.
Write sharp notes with a ‘#’ symbol and flats with a ‘b’ symbol. If a note is sharp or flat continuously during a song, write it sharp or flat on the note line at the beginning of the staff lines. This is called the key signature. If the sharp or flat one sometimes appears during a song, write the symbol next to the specific note.
Learn the notes on the guitar’s fretboard. The low E-string is the thickest string closest to you when you play the instrument. The next strings from low to high are A, D, G, B and high E. Each time you hold a string down in a fret, you raise its pitch. The half steps that make up the musical alphabet are A, A # / Bb, B, C , C # / Db, D, D # / Eb, E, F, F # / Gb, G, G # / Ab. For example, if you hold the low E-string in the first fret, change the pitch to F. The second fret is F #, the third is G, and so on.
Isolate each toning of the song and write it in the appropriate position on the lines. If you play multiple notes, e.g. for chords, write the notes on top of each other on the personnel lines.
If you are writing a song that contains music for guitar, you may want to write down the music so that other musicians can play the melody or you may remember it later. The usual way to write music is through traditional music notation, which is otherwise called ‘notes’. You can transcribe music to guitar if you understand how to write and place the notes correctly on a piece of music.