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nicolee  
17 Nov 2007 09:32 | Quote
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In some of the pictures, there are notes on the 0 fret(or whatever it's called), you know, yellow dots and all that. does that mean i have to put my fingers there or what? i know basics, like the red "x"'s mean that i don't strum those strings. but wth do the yellow circles up there mean?
nicolee  
17 Nov 2007 09:33 | Quote
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anyone like to answer?
nicolee  
17 Nov 2007 09:50 | Quote
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i reallyyy need some help on this. anyone? until i can get live lessons, i need this! plllease (:
Afro_Raven  
17 Nov 2007 11:35 | Quote
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Where there are yellow circles on the zero fret, it means you play the string 'open' i.e. without putting your finger on the string, just playing it as it is. For example, if you put in a Cmajor chord, the 3rd yellow circle up from the bottom is on the zero fret of the G string, which means you play the G string open

Regards,
Afro
Guitarslinger124  
17 Nov 2007 11:42 | Quote
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the "0" fret means that you are playing the string open, without fretting any notes. for example:


(A minor)
E:-0-(E)----------||
B:-1-(C)----------||
G:-2-(A)----------||
D:-2-(E)----------||
A:-0-(A)----------||
E:-0-(E)----------||

where you see a "0" you will be playing that string open or without fretting any notes...
nicolee  
17 Nov 2007 12:15 | Quote
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ok thank you (: i think i kinda get it now (:
Afro_Raven  
21 Nov 2007 11:48 | Quote
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Guitarslinger124 says:
the "0" fret means that you are playing the string open, without fretting any notes. for example:

Isn't that exactly what I said before?
Doz  
21 Nov 2007 16:13 | Quote
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Lol, that gets to me aswell Afro_Raven. When people reply when the problem is solved.
Guitarslinger124  
21 Nov 2007 20:55 | Quote
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Afro_Raven says:
Isn't that exactly what I said before?


haha yea....but i was typing that...and when i finished and hit post, you had already responded! you beat me to it by half a second hehe....and we cant delete posts so i couldnt do anything....didnt mean to discount you in anyway!


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