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Pretty much all the notes above the octave point of the string. I haven't really practised in the upper half of the fingerboard at all yet, so any notes I get up there are pretty much attributable to luck rather than skill. Large hands are definitely not any advantage up there, since the notes are so close together.
If you meant notes down in "first position", maybe C# on the G string. I've been getting better with that one, but I still consider it a bit dodgy.
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