Not trying to be "thickheaded." Just want to understand.
A on the staff is middle A
A above the staff is treble A
2nd A above the staff is high A
and . . . A below the staff is low/bass A?
Is this correct, Rowuk? If so, I wish someone had previously introduced the concept of "treble" in the hundreds of previous posts arguing this issue instead of the usual "low, middle, high" nomenclature. It makes reasonable sense to me now, if I can just get used to calling C below the staff "middle C" instead of "low C."