#3
It's a right bitch ain't it?
It's true cold affects your playing, I think it's to do with the blood or summin', fingerless gloves help, but alas I've lost mine.
#4
of course not, you are always better when warmed up...you´ll just have to get the warmth upp by playing a little more!
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#5
Yeah, this is why you warm up in the first place. Get your fingers moving and the blood circulating.
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#7
yup warm up =], if you just came inside from the cold, run your hands under warm water, get the blood flowing.

or sit on them for a minute
#11
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I've done outdoor gigs and haven't been able to play solos because of cold fingers. Are you playing guitar outside or something?


well its sorta cold in my home