#1
I went to a symphony concert, all the string instruments were fretless.
There are fretless bass guitars, question is it possible to play a fretless guitar?
Just curious.
Feel free to rip me all you want, call me names, etc.
#7
JMan09 - No f***ing s**t. I said that in the post originally. You're an idiot learn to read.

all others, thanks. I figured you could.
#8
Vai does to. hes got a triple neck where one neck is fretless look up i know you're here on youtube.
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#9
Sure makes tapping interesting.

Any scalloped fretless fingeboards out there? (LOL)
#10
Yeah.
It relies on the same principles as a trombone, and cello, for example; primarily, muscle memory.
Not to mention they just look awesome.
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#11
Quote by Jman09
how do you think cellos, violins, and fiddles are built bro


Quote by prikshaw
JMan09 - No f***ing s**t. I said that in the post originally. You're an idiot learn to read.


easy there, jman didn't even say it negatively he just pointed out something.
dont jump to swear words so easily, i'm sure your not 7.
#14
Quote by prikshaw
pointed out what? I know what i wrote. You're and idiot too, Stan.

I don't think you deserve any help now.
Don't bite off people's heads when they try to help you and talk to you politely.
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#15
Pyro:
Cant people read?
Stated facts, asked question.
What is so hard about that?
Seems almost everyone understood...

I did not ask for help. Just asked a question.
Last edited by prikshaw at Oct 18, 2009,