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Anonymous
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posted: 10/21/2003 at 1:42:03 PM ET
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im spreading my fingers far enough apart and pressing down as hard as i can on these frets but it still makes that annoying fuzzy sound so whats the problem AM i just A LOSER guitarist or what

Redthorne
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posted: 10/21/2003 at 1:50:52 PM ET
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I feel your pain! Literally!

Voicings are made to be customized. Ideally we can do all the voicings presented to us, but this isn't an idea world. Sometimes it's just a matter of finger placement within the frets themselves, other times it's a matter of finding another voicing entirely to get the chords.

Experiment and practice daily, you will get it

Learning rocks =)

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posted: 10/21/2003 at 1:59:48 PM ET
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thanks redthorne or whatever what in the world are voicings in the past whole year ive been learning and playing ive NEVER heard that word!!!!!!!!1

Redthorne
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posted: 10/21/2003 at 2:11:18 PM ET
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My apologies!

Voicings are the structure your fingers take when creating a chord on the fretboard. I have a really odd way of voicing a "D" chord, based on finger strength, I start by barring E, B, and G at the 2nd fret with my first finger, then use the 3rd finger on B at the 3rd fret. I have not seen that recommended anywhere, but it seems to work for this novice

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guitar gal 101
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posted: 10/21/2003 at 2:23:27 PM ET
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cool thanks 4 the defanition and awsome advice where did u learn all that stuff is there a really rad book or something out there? oh yeah and i figured out how 2 get the smileys on my messages if u didnt read my reply 2 your reply thanks

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Redthorne
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posted: 10/21/2003 at 2:33:00 PM ET
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I bought a guitar in July of this year, also bought a computer program called "Teach Me Guitar" by Voyetra. The program was a nice start, but limited somewhat. I also went to GuitarNoise.com and learned some, as well as the site we are on.

At my local music shop, I bought a couple books called "Guitar Method" from Progressive. Really nice, simple stuff that even I can understand, They have a website at Progressive

Hope that helps you!

Learning rocks =)

guitar gal 101
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thats really really rad i have guitar scool , mastering the guitar by mel bay and this really cool one by um i forgot but its called guitar tab white pages and i got it at tower records 4 only thirty bucks and it has toms of songs from like everyone the beatles elvis nirvana tom petty pink floid and a bunch of head banger music, if u like that stuff butsome of it goes into like the tenth fret im not that good yet but i can play part of the man who sold the world written by david bowie and sung by kert koban or howerver you spell it !! arent i smart 4 a blonde? hahaha

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