#1
Anyone come up with acoustic practice sessions that are not strum heavy and focus more on finger strength building? I was doing something like that before I stopped practicing, I need a good guide to follow as if I try and learn anything my own way I get lost doing what I feel like to do which tends to be try and learn a tab I like.
#2
Finger strength in which hand?

And I'm going to say this up front: you don't need more strength. Unless your hands are in some way unhealthy you have all the grip strength you need already.
#3
Quote by Zaphod_Beeblebr
Finger strength in which hand?

And I'm going to say this up front: you don't need more strength. Unless your hands are in some way unhealthy you have all the grip strength you need already.


Well strength and precision, one leads to another I think.

My biggest problem is being lost as to what to do and I worry that just messing with tabs is not that efficient.
#5
It depends which muscles are weak. Find what is difficult to do. tone that down until it is difficult but doable, and then repeat and slowly ramp up.

I don't know any general exercises, but I know a whole number of little things I've done to practice strength in specific areas. I general go by feel to figure out what to practice. If you develop burning in your forearms, you're doing it right, and keep doing that.