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comment Logical way to learn movable scales on guitar?
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comment What's the difference between a G♭ and an F#?
Actually, to make them sound more 'in tune' harmonically (i.e. sounding at the same time with pitches of other names), G♭ CAN BE higher than F♯ : look for them near the lower left or lower right corners of this diagram en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Archicembalo_en_Cents.jpg "f# 579" below "♭G 620" in en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archicembalo