#1
I've had amazing calluses on my fingers for years now, but I just started practicing alot more recently, and my fingers are in pain. So my question is, do calluses go away and then come back even stronger? Or am I just using them that much more that I don't really feel my calluses helping sheild the pain?
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I've had amazing calluses on my fingers for years now, but I just started practicing alot more recently, and my fingers are in pain. So my question is, do calluses go away and then come back even stronger? Or am I just using them that much more that I don't really feel my calluses helping sheild the pain?



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#5
Anytime you start playing quite a bit more all of a sudden, they'll usually have to toughen up more.
#7
yeah, they'll definitely be in pain with a jump like that. I play bass, and i have a 3 hour practice schedule a day. That was painful for a while when i first started, but now i can play for however long and not feel the pain.
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#8
I've never allowed calluses to form. I think I get better feeling without them.
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#9
how, by not playing enough?

seriously, if you play at all, you'll get calluses
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