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martinbandung

 

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Index Finger Problem 

hi :) ... i want to ask you about my finger "surface" . i have problems when i try to do a bar chord while playing guitar.

one of my joints in the index finger is bigger...


that makes some string sound not clear especially the 4th and 5th string when i do a bar chord... do i need to readjust the string heigt? thanks for your answer... sorry for my poor english...

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 15 2013 6:03:05
 
Ramon Amira

 

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RE: Index Finger Problem (in reply to martinbandung

Rotate your index finger to the left - towards the nut. This brings the bone in contact with the strings and makes barring easier, and will take that big joint away from full contact with the strings.

Ramon

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 15 2013 14:39:48
 
junheng

 

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RE: Index Finger Problem (in reply to martinbandung

quote:

one of my joints in the index finger is bigger...


Hi Prominent Critic. Is that lump bony? Or is it soft tissue?

junheng
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 20 2013 6:13:48
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