#3
Quote by MetalMusicianAl
why don't you just wait afterwards till you're dry? 20-30 mins won't kill you.


Yes it will.

Don't wait.
It's a process, not an event.
#4
Every try playing naked? My guitar is cold as hell. Brrr.
--"Hey, don't worry; don't be afraid, ever, because this is just a ride."--
#6
Yes they come off alot easier when they are wet and full of water. wait until your hands dry then shred
#7
Slightly off-topic: I've noticed that by using hand lotion, my calluses stay tougher and last longer (no peeling).
Sincerely, Chad.
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#8
it definitely hurts a bit more if you play right after you shower.

anyway... i better start using hand lotion to keep my callouses tougher.
#9
Soak em in rubbing alcohol for 20 mins. Great way to form calluses, Clapton swears by it.
#11
I play right after my shower most mornings. To clothes, just a towel. I usually only play for 10minutes but i often do some good stuff straight out of the shower.
#12
I quite frequently sit in my dressing gown after a shower and play. I'm usually reasonably dry though.
#13
Quote by Joelolly
Will this mess up the caluses(wrong spell?) on my fingers?


Ask yourself this: What's easier to eat, raw noodles or cooked? Which is going to wear down faster, wet soft callouses or dry hard ones? Pretty basic common sense here dude. Next question!
#14
From experience, I would say it doesn't matter. Everyone's fingers are different though, so don't take my word for it. If it hurts, don't do it again.