#1
I broke my wrist at the beginning of the summer, after having my guitar for a little over a year. i'm a little nervous that when i get my cast off, i'm going to need to re-learn a lot of stuff. i'd like some help from anybody whose been in this situation and some suggestions for things i can do to keep my fingers in shape
#3
ok, well i broke my left one and i could actually kinda play so...yeah all i did was just play as much as i could with a cast. Thats really the only advice i have.
#4
Why would you need to re-learn anything? When the cast comes off, your dexterity and strength will be shot to hell, but both will come back pretty quickly if you work at it.
#5
Dont worry, it'll come back to you.
Mark tremonti (lead guitarist of creed/alter bridge) thought he wouldnt be able to shred again for ages after he recovered from tendonitus after 9 months!

I think he said he picked it up again after a few days, and he was even better than before!

Taking a rest from certain things can help you to improve on them
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#7
Quote by Gibson291
thanks guys i needed a little reassurance


I had the exact same thing happen as well. I cut my cast off early I was going so crazy. It all comes back in the course of a few days. You don't have to worry mate.
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#8
I broke my arm a few years ago, it was a big enough cast on my left wrist that I couldn't play at all. I almost died not being able to play.