#1
Hi,

about 2 months ago I broke my finger on my fret hand.. and because I'm in the gym 4 days a week, martial arts twice a week i basically had no chance to rest it, due to this it healed crooked...

Now, given when It was more healed and not as painful as to when I could begin to play again for an extended period of time I noticed that where the finger is now crooked it has improved my technique on my sweeping greatly .. who knew!



good day!
#4
Yeah. Mine's got a greater sideways range of motion. Basically the same injury.
#5
If you go to the hospital they may be able to re-break it and put a cast type thing on it so it heals correctly.
#6
Who's?

Mine was broken at the growth plate, very close to the joint. A reset would be a bit risky....
#7
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Mine was broken at the growth plate, very close to the joint. A reset would be a bit risky....


so would playing guitar and lifting weights, no?
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#9
i actually broke my pinky about 5 or 6 years ago now. it healed back all crooked and sticking out. oddly enough it did actually help a little with reach.
#11
Okay, now everyone go out and break your fingers!
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#12
I was really expecting this to be the complete opposite.

On that note, I think I saw a Petrucci lesson with this technique...
Oh yeah.

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