#2
talk to your doctor...you may have a muscle desease or something. im jsut think out loud here. but yea. i dont know what else to tell you
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#3
Don't tense up, make sure you're completely relaxed.
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#4
How are you holding the bass?
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#5
Maybe you have your hand at the wrong angle? It sounds like cramp to me.


1. Hold out your left hand with your outstretched arm in front of you. Keep your wrist and hand limp.
2. Without changing the angle on your wrist, turn your hand over so that your palm faces up and your fingers are slightly curved.
3. bring in your elbow to the side of your rib cage (without moving your hand) until the neck of your bass is in the palm of your hand.
4. place the tip of your thumb on the middle of the back of the neck of the bass. Make sure that your fingertips are pointing upwrd.
5. Gently spread your fingers onto the strings, with each finer close to an adjacent fret.
6. Curl fingertips until your fingertis are on one of the strings.


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#6
ya that was happening to me a little while back.
make sure you spend a good amount of time on the warm up. warm ups are crucial especially after you are already experiencing this pain. Make sure you are good and warmed up before yous tart your practice... and yea make sure your relaxed

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