#1
i've had some finger pain in the elctric guitar in my first year and its past away.
but now, 3 years after i started playing its all the sudden back, as well as decrease in speed and rhytem.
have you had this thing? could it be because i reduced my playing in the past few days?
and the weirdest thing, my fingers tips were hard for a long time by now, and now they are souring like it was in my first years of playing,wtf?! how can it biologically be?
#2
If you recently switched guitar/string type, your fingers could be adjusting to that.
#3
Take a break from the guitar for a while. Try playing a keyboard to pass the time. And before you ask, no, this hasn't happened to me before.
#4
didnt changed anything.
i've performed for a few song 3 days ago and everything was ok, 2 days ago i've played just a little and didnt had anything, yesterday i had moderate pain and dis-coordination and today its gets even worser.
#5
FYI worser isn't a word
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#6
Try after 40 years. Neck pain, shoulder pain, elbow pain, etc, etc.

Funny thing is it's my picking arm, nothing wrong with my fretting arm. Go figure.
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#8
proper technique? i think that if i could play some decent solo's and gone past the finger pain era then im on the proper regime.
#10
I was going to have a rage at you for using the phrase "all of the sudden", but you redeemed yourself with "how can it biologically be?"
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#11
all the sudden , all of the sudden, grammar is for fools I've got my 90 in my senior year exams and in the Israeli influenced SAT i've got 138\150 in English so i might have some grammar issues but my English is still very good.
And i've talked about my left hand(how could your right hand finger-tips hurt?)
#12
I agree, his English is very good for a second language. Don't hate on the foreigners.

If you've been playing more often than you usually do, that might be a reason why. Or maybe your body is just reacting.
I get a similar kind of pain, although not guitar related, that happens when I do nothing different than normal, but it hurts. Bodies are weird.
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#13
apologies.

I've only ever had finger pain from changes in technique. If you've been experimenting with holding your hand in a slightly different position, for example, that might have consequences...?
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all the sudden , all of the sudden, grammar is for fools I've got my 90 in my senior year exams and in the Israeli influenced SAT i've got 138\150 in English so i might have some grammar issues but my English is still very good.
And i've talked about my left hand(how could your right hand finger-tips hurt?)


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#16
after years of playing guitar my right index finger has become a bit curved and the nail slightly deformed (it's hardly noticeable though)