#1
First up, this isn't a guitar related question.

Are there any known ways/exercises to increase finger strength? I mean, ones without a guitar.


Thanks in advance.
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#3
Quote by creeping.death!

Oh, cool, thanks. Will definitely look into that.

It seems a bit costly though. Is it generally around $35 like it is on eBay?

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#4
Quote by Iriathz
Oh, cool, thanks. Will definitely look into that.

It seems a bit costly though. Is it generally around $35 like it is on eBay?



i got mine for like $5 on musiciansfriend.com

unless they've changed the price drastically now

EDIT:
http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Gripmaster-Exercise-Tool?sku=429070

$15 i guess, better than on ebay though
Last edited by K Dizzle at Jan 6, 2009,
#5
my dad has one of them you can get different strengths there for rock climbing i can do the light strength fairly easy with all my fingers on both hands except my right hand pinky but thats useless anyway haha
#6
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