#1
Ive just started playing some rock and roll and it has a lot of fast sliding double stops to give that Chuck Berry 'ringing a bell' sound. Now i usually play double stops with one finger but already i can feel that if i keep doing this im going to end up with huge blisters but when i play them with two fingers it just doesnt sound right. Do you think i should put up with the pain until callouses build on my finger pads or just go with the two finger stops?
#2
Quote by pigeonmafia
http://www.stereophile.com/content/loose-bass-whats-1

that's loose bass. Tight is the opposite: controlled, quick to respond etc



If it starts to get bad, you need to take a break to heal. Then keep at it. Everyones fingers hurt when they first start. But if any of your joints (knuckles, wrist, or elbow) start to hurt, thats bad.
What?! There's a clean channel on my amp?!

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omfg i totally forgot about that, you sir are jesus christ.
#3
Quote by shikkaka


If it starts to get bad, you need to take a break to heal. Then keep at it. Everyones fingers hurt when they first start. But if any of your joints (knuckles, wrist, or elbow) start to hurt, thats bad.


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#4
thats what i thought, the higher strings are pretty much slicing my fingers apart so im breaking it up with other stuff