#1
i was just messin around with my guitar just playin really high notes and i figured out that you can use the screws on the pick-up as an extra fret
#2
*Facepalm*
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as does that one.
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yeah ill +1 that one.

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#7
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#11
get a barritone
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#15
with a hose clip on your finger you can play further than 24/22 frets. Idea stolen from Mattias Eklundh :p.

I beleive bumblefoot also did something similar, on the 37th fret.
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#16
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#17
You can also hit higher notes if you pull your high E-string over the side of you fretboard. But no one would use that in a song...
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