#1
i ma trying to learn a new song called "if you could see into my soul" by silverstein, it said on the guitar tab that i should go to fret 22, last time i checked, i only had 21, and the one after that dosent produce a good, strong clear sound, is there another note that sounds like fret "22"???? i have only been playing for a few months so i am still kind of new, so i dont know about this kind of stuff
#2
guitars have different numbers of frets usually ranging from 20-24...
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#3
Different guitars have different number of frets. The highest you'll usually see is 24, anything above that is pretty unusual.
#4
Yes
for instance i have a Dean Z and it has 22 frets or 23 if you consider the non-clean sounding one.
#5
I've got a friend who had a 40 fret guitar. It was ****ing huge and you had to play it either on a table or standing up.
#6
maybe they tabbed the song incorrectly? perhaps its got a pinch harmonic ?

p.s
i dont know the song so i cant tell u exactly what it is.
#7
Quote by Hadeed
maybe they tabbed the song incorrectly? perhaps its got a pinch harmonic ?

p.s
i dont know the song so i cant tell u exactly what it is.


lol...


maybe the dude just plays a 22+ fret guitar...
#10
hey, i lke ur idea the best, the others dont give me any advice they just tell me about peoples guitars, i will try ur idea and get back with you, thanks man