#1
My fretboard doesn't have any markers, except for the little white balls on top.

When I try to speed up on top of the board (12 -> 22 fret) its makes me a bit dizzy.

Any solutions?

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#2
Quote by ItWillDo
My fretboard doesn't have any markers, except for the little white balls on top.

When I try to speed up on top of the board (12 -> 22 fret) its makes me a bit dizzy.

Any solutions?



Some harmless labels on the fretboard?

Some dots coloured on with a marker (will kill resell value)?

Taking it to a luthier to have some inlay work done?

Live with it?


Really, as long as it's not in the way of your playing, you can do pretty much whatever you want.
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Last edited by Bonsaischaap at Oct 26, 2007,
#4
Quote by Bonsaischaap
Some harmless labels on the fretboard?

Some dots coloured on with a marker (will kill resell value)?

Taking it to a luthier to have some inlay work done?

Live with it?


Really, as long as it's not in the way of your playing, you can do pretty much whatever you want.


Well yeah, i thought abou taking it to a luthier, until I found out it's about 20 bucks/ fret.

And i'll try living with it for now I guess.

My Youtube Page

I wrote this story so many days ago
and the words kept falling onto pages.
Without the loss we can't go on
and with the loss we became strong.

#5
Quote by ItWillDo
Well yeah, i thought abou taking it to a luthier, until I found out it's about 20 bucks/ fret.

And i'll try living with it for now I guess.



I have an Epiphone with no fret markers and especially when I just got it I was thrown off by the completely blank board, but not too long after I got it I started getting used to it.
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#6
Just stick on a white sticker?
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#7
Well, considering there are people who get used to playing fretless guitars, I bet you could get used to playing your inlay-less guitar if you just have lots of concentrated practice at slow tempos.