#1
Lately, when i'm playing guitar
my elbow hurts.
I stop then and i start again after a while.
But then again,my elbow starts to hurt.
Am i doing something wrong?
I've been playing for a year and a half
and this never happened to me until now.

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#2
Play with your wrist, not arm.
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#3
yah if you speed pick with your arm it can cause pain in elbow and cramp up your shoulder. I use to always use my arm but then that happened to me...if you do use your arm itll take time to retrain yourself but its worth it
#4
Play from the wrist, at least if it's your picking arm you're having trouble with.
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#5
if i do tappin, i find that my elbow some times feel stiff and sort of locks, but yeh pick from wrist!
#7
Could be a repetitive stress injury.

I've been gigging regularly again over the past year or so and found that I get something akin to tennis elbow in my fretting arm after a while if I don't warm up properly. I've also picked up a forearm brace which helps take the stress off of the area if/ when it flares up.