#1
Ive always wondered if there was any logic/ theory behind the location of the inlays. They always happen at the 5th, 7th, 9th, and 12th frets and sometimes the 3rd. I know that the 12th fret is an octive, but what a bout the rest?
#2
pretty much, you just need the 12th inlay, the rest is for convenience
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#3
They are usually always on the third fret, sometimes on 1st.
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#4
Yeah i think it's just a guide to where you are on the fretboard
sometimes i play classical guitars which haven't got any dots and i get confused where i am.
#5
i read somewhere on wikipedia it has something to do with theory but as far as i know they're just a road map
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#6
just a guide, really. they dont really do any thing, they just tell you where you are. without them every noob on the planet would commit suicide.
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#7
Yeah, I think that they're just a visual aid to what you're playing. It makes it easier in the grand scheme of playing.
#8
I dont have inlays on my guitar
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