#1
i have a question ....


do dog collers ('round my wrist (for the dumb asses)) yeah any way will they afect my guitar playing? like moving my wrist? and muting notes accedently?

thnx
#2
They shouldn't, what hand are they on? (fretting or picking). The only problem i can see is them touching your strings if they were on your picking and. Look at all the jewelery Yngwie plays with...
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#3
I believe it's spelt collars....and why would you want a dogs collar around your wrist???im pretty sure it wouldn't affect your playing...be the same as sweat bands and they don't do shit...
#4
They're called dog collars. For dogs. Not people. And for necks, not wrists. And depending on its size, it could have adverse effects on your playing.
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#6
I thinks it's up to you to decide if they hinder your playing after you try to play with them on.
#10
Actually, I too play with a dog collar, among other things...

Only reason I wear it on my wrist is because I stole it from a Chihuahua and it's too small..


It's got big ol' spikes on it and it never stopped me
#11
Locked because of flaming and all.
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