An area that had previously gone insufficiently studied is the different neck positions on stringed instruments, at which the left hand fingers can be placed, in relation to musical keys.
This (extensive) article remedies that omission.
It concisely presents – by key group – those that fit completely, those that fit mostly and those that don’t fit very well within any given neck position.
The specifics are then clearly shown in tables of these keys and their neck placement.
The end result is a fresh view of where best on the neck to play for any given music key.
Less unnecessary movement, quicker note runs, more consistent sound quality are a few on the benefits from this knowledge.