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If you’re struggling to hold down chords, try this…
Instead of placing your fingers in the middle of the fret, try pressing down just below or above the actual fret itself.
The frets are the thin metal bars that run across your . There are usually 21 frets on most guitars but some have 26.
By pressing down just above or below the fret, this makes it easier to hold chords, takes less pressure to hold down and most of all, allows you to last longer when you play songs.
This is a neat trick to help you hold chords easier, last longer with your playing and help reduce the soreness on your fingers!
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