#1
I think I might be getting them down. Before, I could only fret the first 5 strings but now I can fret all 6 by fretting the low E with the tip of my finger. I'm self-taught, so I was wondering if this was bad. How exactly do you guys fret your index across the bar?
#2
Good question but I guess it depends on the length of your finger? I'm having a hard time fretting all 6 since I have really thin fingers which are significantly wider around the joints do some strings become muted whereas most are fretted and ring clean
#3
Its bad. You need your pointer finger to put down the low E string. It gives you the root of your chord. Say you have the standard 1-3-3-2-1-1 marking on the First Fret. That 1 on your low E, gives you the name of that note. Move it up to 3, thats a G chord. You need to find out how to do it best for you, because it is very important for barred chords.
#4
Sorry, I don't understand... What point are you trying to make? I'm still hitting that low E.
#5
The right technique is the one that's not damaging your body to play and enables you to play the correct way, everyone's different
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