#1
When I was trying to figure out my range earlier, when I got to the second fret of the low E string on my guitar, the note came out very easily, but I went one fret lower, and my voice cracked, and I couldn't make it go any lower. Is there a way to fix this, or can I not possibly go any lower.

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#3
I'm really not worried about the note, but about how suddenly my voice cracked. I was just wondering if that was some sort of wall I couldn't get past.

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#4
HA! An F#. I'm totally an E!

But seriously, don't worry. Keep practicing and your range might improve.
#5
Ive hit that wall before. Its hard to discribe. Its pretty much the bottom of your range, but with enough practice you could get a bit lower, but not by much. My lowest note used to be a Ab but I got it to a F# after about a year.

So yes it pretty much is your lowest note. You are hitting a physical boundery.