Finger Position for Guitar

Finger Position for Guitar is a free lesson by Peter Vogl that will cover the placement and pressure for your left hand fingers on the guitar neck. We will first discuss how much pressure you need to use with your finger to produce a clean note. Next, Peter will show you where to place your finger in relation to a guitar fret to avoid buzzing or muted notes. The tips included in the video will help you play quickly and avoid muscle fatigue.

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