#1
This link for more: link removed as it's clearly going to be some sensationalist bollocks



Now, I know people say that you can make it as a guitar player with short fingers but having longer fingers open up techniques.

I can reproduce this growth on other fingers if requested.

I do have osteophytes on my fingers and there are possibly other issues that I am not aware of but I have no mobility or strength issues with my finger. The growth is about 0.375".

The drawback for guitar players is that the fingers are thicker as well which would reduce some of the advantages.
#2
*reported*

Also finger length is really not very important.
R.I.P. My Signature. Lost to us in the great Signature Massacre of 2014.

Quote by Master Foo
“A man who mistakes secrets for knowledge is like a man who, seeking light, hugs a candle so closely that he smothers it and burns his hand.”


Album.
Legion.
#3
I know it's not a make or break it but having longer fingers will open up technique possibilities correct?
#4
Quote by MiniGolfer
I know it's not a make or break it but having longer fingers will open up technique possibilities correct?

This is an incorrect assumption.
#6
lol.
Just another Sheep in the design of the Almighty Machine.


-GEAR-
Gibson 60s Les Paul Tribute (Sunburst)
1999 Ibanez RG470 (TitaniumIce-MIJ)
Jackson RR3 (Trans-Red)
Peavey 6505+
Podx3