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Discussion in 'Technique [BG]' started by TheJetsFan4Eva, May 17, 2012.
is it bad to fret at an angle rather than straight? will it cause any harm to my technique?
No! Some come angled as standard.
Honestly if your bass has one fret crooked in relation to the others (the others being parallel -- that gorgeous Dingwall notwithstanding ), then you need a new neck on your bass. You can work around it, sure, but I know it would bug the heck out of me.
I think OP may be talking about his hand position rather than a actual crooked fret.
OP, could you post a pic of what you mean, or should I assume you mean it looks like this:
Of course! The Dingwall is the answer to his question. Fretting under an angle ain't bad.
As far as I know fingers supposed to touch fretboard at some angle as this position allows you to reach a bit further....It would be nice if you would explain exactly what do you mean though...