#1
Some songs I would like to learn require a 24th fret. Just my luck I don't have a 24th fret. Is there an alternative to this?
#2
Bending the 22nd fret a whole step, or the 21st a step and a half (whichever is your highest fret). Alternatively you could play a pinch harmonic where the twenty-fourth fret would be, while fretting the twelfth fret.
#4
You could invest in a guitar with 24 frets.
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#6
There's a couple of songs I play that require 24 frets that I get around by playing a natural harmonic where the 24th fret would be. You've gotta be pretty nippy to get it into some runs though, and it can spaz up your playing a bit.
I found in the past that on some guitars you can press the string against a pole piece on the neck pickup and get a note close to the 24th. Obviously you've gotta have the bridge pickup selected for this.
#7
^ yeah, or try a pinch harmonic at the 12th, it'll have a different tone but same pitch. Everything else so far will work too.
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#8
If the notes are on any string other than the high E string, you can simply move the notes to a lower fret on a higher string. For instance, the 24th fret on the B string is the same as the 19th fret of the high E string.
#9
yeah, or try a pinch harmonic at the 12th, it'll have a different tone but same pitch.


Too unreliable. It would depend on exactly where you're picking.
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#11
Play a natural harmonic where the 24th fret would be.
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#12
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Too unreliable. It would depend on exactly where you're picking.


Which is why I said 12th fret and RH at the place where the 24th should be, as that would increase it an octave, thus making the same pitch as the 12th.
#13
Transpose the piece down by a whole step?

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