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In this case, both notes are G.
An octave lower will simple be the opposite of this — Take for example if you were playing an A on the third string, 7th fret. The lower A will be two frets down and two strings lower.
In this case, both notes are A
This of course applies anywhere on the fret board if you are playing the lower note on the first two strings (looking to go up), or the higher note on the 3rd of 4th strings (looking to go down).
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