Dot-Guide for Fretted String Instruments

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NOTE: EDD means Equal Divisions of the Ditave, only that.

This is a page that treats with the issue of how to place the dots on the fretboard, in each EDD with various types of schemes. The reason for this particular purpose is based in the relationship that each EDD offers structurally between its theory, notation and graphic visualization of some MOSes in each one, respecting the treat and aspect of all that, with the most symmetric Dot-Guide layout, MOS Dot-Guides of 2 sizes in its distances, or Dot-Guide of equal distances. Why? Because the fretted string musical instruments should provide visual consistence with the inlays over the fretboard to their respective acquirers. Is true that the music should be free, but you also have to know what you do and for that you have to take into account a 'reliable guide' that gives you a consistent and orientable structure that you can assimilate it quickly, at all time.

And now, the individual pages about Dot-guides in each EDD:

07-EDD 08-EDD 09-EDD 10-EDD 11-EDD 13-EDD 14-EDD
15-EDD 16-EDD 17-EDD 18-EDD 19-EDD 20-EDD 21-EDD
22-EDD 23-EDD 25-EDD 26-EDD 27-EDD 29-EDD 31-EDD

And some Extense & Complex EDD systems for fretting:

34-EDD 37-EDD 39-EDD 41-EDD & 46-EDD 50-EDD 53-EDD 57-EDD

NOTE: On this page are not regarded the 12-EDD and its multiples, because the simply and obvious reason that the folks that use 12n-EDDs fretting systems follows the same scheme of duodecatonic spots, leaving to their users really conforms.