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Asked by jarryd on 2000-07-16
What are the dots in between the frets,they are white?
Answers
Answer posted by Chris on 2000-07-30
The dots inbetween the frets are called the inlay of the guitar. They help you so you know where to place you fingers on the guitar to make the different tones.

Answer posted by Tommy on 2000-09-22
They're used to quickly identify the frets on the guitar. This helps BIG TIME when your playing (although with LOTS of practice you can learn to play without looking at your guitar). Starting from the top of the fret board: the 1st dot is fret #3, the 2nd dot is fret #5, the 3rd dot si fret #7, the 4th dot is fret #9, the 5th dot (which should be doubled) is fret #12. This site explains all about frets and other stuff.

Answer posted by Jimmuy on 2001-03-16
those are not dots they are spots and if you are seeing spots you need to see a doctor.

Answer posted by mandy on 2001-06-20
your rud jimmuy!

Answer posted by shike on 2001-09-01
我想知道那能下载乡村blues的谱子

Answer posted by ChoLL on 2003-12-25
why are the two "spots/dots" on one fret sometimes? cus that happens twice on mine..

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