help with tenor sax

if there is three lines under the staff and the note is on the last of the three lines what is the note called on a tenor sax????

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It's an F
by: Anonymous

Simple, three lines below the treble clef and it's an F. Just count the notes down the scale. So with C on the first line below, B is below the line, A on the second line, G below that and then finally F on the third line.

If you have a bass clef on the music sheet, you are starting to drop into the range of those notes.

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