One-Fret Song—Hear a Song Played Entirely on a Single Fret | VIDEO


Rob Scallon took on the challenge of creating a song using just one fret of his guitar.

That’s right: one fret.

The winner was the fourth fret, on which Scallon employed a whole lotta bends to get his tune across.

He also futzed with the tuning. As he notes, “Tuning low to high is D-G-A#-D-A-D.

“I was thinking about tabbing this out,” he adds. “But the only fret used is 4, and the video would probably be a better way to tell where the bends go anyway. Would be really cool to see covers of this.”

Any takers?

You can see more of Scallon’s videos on YouTube (of course). You should also check out our previous posts of Scallon’s videos: “Does Downtuning Really make Your Riffs Sound Heavier?” and “31 Guitar Riffs in 60 Seconds.”