#1
Hey guys, maybe you can help.

When I'm playing my guitar and for instance hitting a chord over and over and over again, I start to sort of feel a little tingling feeling on my thumb where I hold the pick. When I'm doing regular picking/soloing and **** like that it's all good - but when I'm brutally slashing away at chords and stuff I can start to feel it - mainly when it's repetitive.
I've got an idea that maybe it's from the pick sort of flapping a bit between my thumb/index finger.

Has anyone else experienced something like this? Does it go away after a while?

Cheers
Last edited by Phibes at Feb 5, 2008,
#3
Please keep it serious ^_^ cause I'm freaking out wondering whether it's a problem or just a silly issue of the pick slapping my thumb and causing it to feel odd.

btw, I enjoy touching myself XD
#5
Quote by Phibes
could i be gripping the pick to tightly?



Yes. After a while your little girl hands will develop a callus, and you wont feel it anymore.
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#7
cancer
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Noooooooooooo how could this be! he at all the chocolate in the box
Oh well, now the empty shell of what used to be chocolaty goodness can contain a tasty guitar circuit.


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#8
Quote by MySweetFracture
Yes. After a while your little girl hands will develop a callus, and you wont feel it anymore.

Cool, so this is normal ^_^

Thankyou kind man