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I don't have my guitar with me right now. but it's probably easier to fret the F# with either your thumb, or to use the 2nd finger on f#, either that or the following: -- -1- 1st -2- 4th -2- 3rd -- -2- 2nd Hope that helps :)
It happens all the time, irrespective of whether the strings are new. The 'dirt' is highly likely to be metal oxides rubbing off onto your fingers from the strings. Phosphor-bronze does it; Nickel and chromium content in strings does it. The rare earth metal content in the strings reacts to certain body chemistry (acidity in sweat) or even humid air which ...
What you need is to understand the concept of "POSITION". Your position on the neck is defined by what fret your first finger lines up with when playing OFPF. From any position you can play the 4 frets your fingers line up to, plus a note towards the nut by stretching the first finger and a note towards the picking hand by stretching your little finger. The ...
Since one answer provided a shout-out for Warmoth, I would like to reciprocate with a recommendation for Musikraft for Fender-licensed bodies and necks. I am simply satisfied consumer with a project built from a quartersawn 22-fret 1-piece maple "Strat" neck and a quilted maple over mahogany "Tele" hollow-body (a hybrid between the Thinline and the standard ...
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