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#1
Use those Fast fret products or anything similar to that?If you do, do they work and do they help your playing a little??


#2
lame, just practice and then you can do it like a REAL guitarist!!! YAAAAAAY!!!
#3
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lame, just practice and then you can do it like a REAL guitarist!!! YAAAAAAY!!!


Just get out.


Anyone else that is not going through hormone changes.
#4
yeah i use a spray called finger ease. helps the fret board not feel "dirty". and helps cut down on string talk.
#5
In my experience any type of spray like that gunks up your strings/fretboard and makes you change strings and clean your fretboard more often. The best advice I can offer is keep your frets polished and your fretboard clean and use some fretboard oil on it.
#7
Works great for me, just takes a bit getting used to.
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-Effects-
Digitech DF-7
#8
Never used any of it so I can't comment on what happens to your playing but I'm sure it will make the fretboard dirty after a while, I just use a dry cloth a rub any dirt of the frets to keep them smoth.
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#9
Yep, I use it all the time. Keeps my strings feeling like new, plus, I like 'slippery' strings.



Edit: Just to clear up; FastFret actually goes on your strings. It is not a running fluid or anything of that matter. It should never touch your actual frets...
Besides, you should clean your Fretboard out with every string change anyway.