I have music theory book that is piano centered and switches between bass and violin clefs. I'm wondering how to transpose notes to comfortably play it on guitar. Moving one octave up is best way?
I'm trying to play Tritone Progression: Interpolation of one note (first example from Thesaurus of musical scales and melodic patterns) and some notes are lower than standard tuned guitar is able to play.
I just found there is guitar edition of this book :( (edit: and it is transposed one octave higher)
This are notes on staff:
This is typical for keyboard
This is notes can be played on standard tuned guitar:
The third picture suggests that lowest note can be played on guitar is E3 (the same tuxguitar says) but wikipedia says standard tuning is E2 to E4.
So can I play right hand of piano on guitar or do I have to transpose them?