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on November 29, 2016
This is just a piece of crap. Leaves glue after you take it off and also the part of the beautiful fretboard wood comes off as a result. The plastic coating gets into your way playing and comes off within a week. Don't buy this crap.
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on November 18, 2016
Good for your cheap guitar as visual tool. I won't stick it on my Fender.
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on January 10, 2017
It was not as I expected. When I put it on the frets, it actually gets in the way of playing and it can be annoying to play the actual notes and chords.

It was a good idea, and maybe it is just meant for kids.
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on May 26, 2018
I like it. But be aware that they will partially peel off after a while (maybe 6-months or a year). Also, I think they do have a subtle effect on the sound, by interfering with the vibration of the wood. I still have mine on after more than a year (or the remnants anyway, which are still readable). In hindsight, I might have chosen instead to write the notes with a permanent marker, in which case the damage would be permanent but less severe. The color coding for sharps/flats makes logical sense, but is not practically useful, so I think it would be better to omit them.
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on October 17, 2016
They will work but be sure to get the right color for your fretboard so you can see them easily, I didnt.
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on November 7, 2017
I used these on a 61-Key Keyboard. Seemed like a much better product than the things being sold for keyboards. I don't really need to notate the sharp or flat keys. There were enough to get the job done. I thought these were just circles so I had to cut each individual "string" worth of notes. They come with each fret being one big sticker. That's actually great for guitar, so you'll be pleased with this. I'm not sure how that is going to work with frets 12-24 if you decide to do the whole guitar with two sets. You can trim them down though.
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on March 28, 2018
Not at all suitable for classical guitar - spaced wrong. Poor quality, some fret markers not cut all the way through so they tear when trying to remove them from neighbors. Glue seems to be good. note markers spaced too close for classical BUT plastic goes beyond the edge of the fret board.
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on January 6, 2017
Im not sure these are right..wouldnt the D chord be 2 on the second fret and 1 on the third fret?? This has D as 1 on the second fret, 1 on the 3rd fret and 1 on the fourth fret. I dont get it..but I am just a beginner so maybe its me.
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on May 13, 2018
The idea behind this is great, however they don't stick very well. My 13 yr old is learning to play the guitar and got very frustrated with them. Several stickers were loose in the little plastic bag.
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on July 25, 2017
As a beginner guitar player I would love to memorize the fretboard as fast as I can in order to understand how to play the chords with different combinations. This gives a very effective way of being able to do that.
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