Poll: Would you grow a sixth finger for your fretting hand?
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View poll results: Would you grow a sixth finger for your fretting hand?
Ya
29 54%
No
20 37%
i don't play guitar
5 9%
Voters: 54.
#2
nope.
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#3
obviously none of us play guitar why don't you post in some place where people actually play.
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#5
This thread fails so much that I messed up your poll.
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#8
Quote by We'realltoBlame
This thread fails so much that I messed up your poll.

you didn't mess it up. You clicked the i don't play guitar option.

#11
Quote by kevinm4435
If that was the case I would play piano instead.

yeah lol i would
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#14
no...it'd be weird and i'd have to learn how to play all over again.
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#15
Quote by One Way Ticket
I just wish my pinkie was longer. thats all.

well i wish my pinkie is stronger so i bend easily.
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#18
Quote by Mathamology
What about growing the fifth finger first? Did we skip that one?

i use my thumb to fret notes sometimes, but it can only really be used on the low E. I don't see the advantage of an extra finger, the guitar was designed with the normal human hand in mind.
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