#1
This isn't a problem when the frets are say 9, 10, and 11. But when You have 3 or more strings all right beside each other on the same fretit gives me trouble. ny suggestions on how to do this properly?

Ex:
17-15-17-15\
17-15-17-15\
17-15-17-15\
#2
uhhh.. bar?? use you index to bar the 15's and your middle or ring for the 17's
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#3
I tried doin that and It doesn't work over 3 strings, it does for 2 though.
#4
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#5
press ur finger down harder? change the angle of ur finger...
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#6
Quote by jackson001
I tried doin that and It doesn't work over 3 strings, it does for 2 though.


Practice. Theres chords where you barre the entire fret board of 6 strings.
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#8
yes it works over any amount of strings you like unless your fingers are like half and inch long
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#9
I had trouble barring at first, you need to sorta put your index finger slightly to the side.