#1
Every now and then I split the skin from my nails on my left hand and usually happens when I have been bending strings a lot. Did it the other weekend when playing with friends and one of them got a tube of super glue out and dabbed it on the tear. It worked a treat and I was able to carry on playing...anyone else do this (I believe its an old trick)
#2
It's a bit awkward if you ask me, but I know people who have used super glue for cuts of other sorts

similar to those "liquid bandages" I guess?


Personally I woudltn do it...


personally I've never removed my nails from my skin when playing guitar
thanks for making me cringe -_-
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#4
Yeah. it's a pretty old trick. It's probably not the safest or most hygienic thing to do, but yeah...
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#6
Hmm... surgeries are clean and sterile places though. The working conditions of a musician aren't so clean. But cool fact nonetheless.
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