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Help! So I started to learn to play acoustic again, and my entire left hand is fine OTHER THANother than my forefinger. I had an accident whereinwhere the finger end was removed, meaning that I can't use that finger at all. I don't want to have to learn to play right handed, so is there any way in which I could suffice with my 2nd, 3rd, and 4th fingerfingers alone? I also have super small hands — I can't reach the whole way across the fret to barre it.

I repeat: There is no way in which I can use that finger.

Help! So I started to learn to play acoustic again, and my entire left hand is fine OTHER THAN my forefinger. I had an accident wherein the finger end was removed, meaning that I can't use that finger at all. I don't want to have to learn to play right handed, so is there any way in which I could suffice with my 2nd, 3rd, and 4th finger alone?

I repeat: There is no way in which I can use that finger.

I started to learn to play acoustic again, and my entire left hand is fine other than my forefinger. I had an accident where the finger end was removed, meaning that I can't use that finger at all. I don't want to have to learn to play right handed, so is there any way in which I could suffice with my 2nd, 3rd, and 4th fingers alone? I also have super small hands — I can't reach the whole way across the fret to barre it.

I repeat: There is no way in which I can use that finger.

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Acoustic Playing guitar with only three fingers

Help! So I started to learn to play acoustic again, and my entire left hand is fine OTHER THAN my forefinger. I had an accident wherein the finger end was removed, meaning that I can't use that finger at all. I don't want to have to learn to play right handed, butso is there any way in which I could suffice with my 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th4th finger alone?

I repeat: thereThere is no way in which iI can use that finger.

Acoustic guitar

Help! So I started to learn to play acoustic again, and my entire left hand is fine OTHER THAN my forefinger. I had an accident wherein the finger end was removed, meaning that I can't use that finger at all. I don't want to have to learn to play right handed, but is there any way in which I could suffice with my 3rd, 4th and 5th finger alone?

I repeat: there is no way in which i can use that finger.

Playing guitar with only three fingers

Help! So I started to learn to play acoustic again, and my entire left hand is fine OTHER THAN my forefinger. I had an accident wherein the finger end was removed, meaning that I can't use that finger at all. I don't want to have to learn to play right handed, so is there any way in which I could suffice with my 2nd, 3rd, and 4th finger alone?

I repeat: There is no way in which I can use that finger.

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