#1
I'm looking at possibly buying a guitar that doesn't have fret markers. THis seems like it could be really confusing. Do other people have this problem?
#3
No fret markers on the side, or no inlays? Big difference.
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#4
Not having inlays, but having side fret markers was awesome (sold the guitar). I rarely angled my fretboard to see the inlays (because there were none) to see what fret I was on. And, it looked badass.
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#5
Quote by AWACS
Not having inlays, but having side fret markers was awesome (sold the guitar). I rarely angled my fretboard to see the inlays (because there were none) to see what fret I was on. And, it looked badass.

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#6
Think about it this way: learning to not stare at the fret markers will make you look better on stage.
#7
As long as there are markers on the side, it's not too bad at all. I got used to it very quickly. I can't see the fret board really anyway when I'm playing so it wasn't really an issue. I think a guitar looks better without them anyway.
#9
I have a guitar without any markers and it's just fine for me. If you're used to looking at the fretboard, you might have to adjust a bit, but in the end, I don't think you'll have a lot of problems.
#11
Won't be a problem - maybe a little odd at first but you'll find muscle memory will keep you where you need to be