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Discussion in 'Squier Strat Forum' started by FrankHgh, Nov 30, 2019.
I will re string to 9s
You can play the F Major Triad found in the middle of your F chord as a substitute.
Yep. I never played a barre F chord ever. Just like a c but ring finger on D string instead of A string
3 yrs and gig nights !!!! cor I wish ???? onwards and upwards eh , I will still keep plugging away
If the nut slots are cut high, the F will be very difficult.
Many squier guitars are not well set up when you get them. If the nut is too tall it will make the f chord difficult. If the action is set high it may make all the chords difficult. Especially for a beginner.
Get the setup dialed in and it may play a lot easier. I do support 9s for a beginner.
The flame on that neck is so beautiful, i just can't stand it!
My cat licks mine
Thanks. It was a stroke of luck finding it
It looks like I'll be ordering a Big Lou neck for my squier strat
Hate F - makes my hand hurt.
To the OP. I have a Brian May replica that is 47mm wide at the Zero Fret and an inch and a quarter thick at the zero fret. I think it’s about an inch and a half thick beyond the 12th fret. It is only 24 inch scale though. If you want something really big, you will probably have to go Custom.
I ended up ordering a neck from Big Lou's i`ll post the results, I'm fairly certain it will be a positive transformation