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I’m 21, been singing since I was around 16 or 17. I use to struggle up to E4 above middle C. As the years went by , I’ve mastered singing from C4-F#4 around 20. Just recently I’ve found it easier to sing up to G4-A4. My falsetto/headvoice would go up to around A5. I was just wondering what classification of that vocal range would be?

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    With due respect, ten seconds of googling found the answer. Even providing an answer will not be very helpful to future readers. So I vtc. – Tim Jun 19 at 10:58
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You sound like a bass with an extended upper range. Here's a website nicely showing the ranges, especially the diagram down the page. Hope this helps.

https://www.becomesingers.com/vocal-range/vocal-range-chart

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    Oh sorry. I saw the "add link" feature and assumed that's what it was for. Is there a "rules of good behavior guide" guide or something like that I can reference for this site? – SmartOlGuy Jun 20 at 17:33
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