#3
no cuz my fingers are too skinny and my knuckle is too big-- practicing wont make your fingers bulkier
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no cuz my fingers are too skinny and my knuckle is too big-- practicing wont make your fingers bulkier


...you answered your own question so why did you post?
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#6
You just need more practice. It will come eventually.
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no cuz my fingers are too skinny and my knuckle is too big-- practicing wont make your fingers bulkier

yes it will

slightly
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#10
yea g and b strings are a bitch, especially if ur finger is lumpy like mine hahaha...

i can get it fine till i get up to like the 7th fret as the action gets higher...
but i find that sliding my index finger down...as in towards the high e...so that i'm JUSSSST barely able to fret the low e, i can get the g and b much easier.
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#12
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ive been practicing for like a month still cant get all 6 strings clearly g string


Don't worry about it, it will come. Barre chords are just harder for some people. Everyone has their strong points and their weak points. For example, you might have a really good ear or really good timing, or perhaps good synchronization between your left hand and your picking hand, but still not be good at barre chords. Just keep practicing and look for a position that works for you. Move your finger around all over the place until you can get all strings down without dead notes. Perfecting your strong points is fun and full of accomplishment, but perfecting your weak points takes hours of practice and lots of frustration, but don't let it get to you. Also, don't spend too much time on barre chords everyday, but make sure you get a good practice in that is sure to help you with them.
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#13
wow, I had it done the first time I tried it. except for the B chord.
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