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By cranford6164
When working up the neck, do you move in ‘blocks’ of frets? Frets 1,2,3,4 are the first ‘block’. Frets 5,6,7,8 are the second ‘block’. Let’s say moving from fret 3 to fret 6: you would normally play fret 3 with the third finger (1,2,3,4), fret 6 is in the second ‘block’ of four (5,6,7,8) so would you play fret 6 with the second finger? Or do you catch fret 6 with the little finger because most of the action is in the first ‘block’?
By johnmosley
I would say no you don’t really do that. For example much of the time you will be working based on a scales, so the position would be dependent on the key. For example minor pentatonic in A in position 1 would be frets 5 to 8, in the key of B the same scale same position would be frets 7 to 10. So your fingers would be more guided by the scale shapes as you move to different position, or change scales.

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