#1
I've been playing for about a year now, and my problem is that I always play a lot, and the skin on my fingers gets broken, and I've never really developed calluses.

I'm not a bad guitarist, either.

My left hand (fretting hand)fingers are definitely more callused than my right hand fingers, but if I play for so much as a half hour my fingertips have white cracks, and the skins starts to tear.


Help?

I don't think the solution here is to just keep playing until my fingers bleed, because that hasn't been working well the past year.
#2
if they're just cracking there's no problem.. if they HURT then there's a problem.. callouses are supposed to get cracks and stuff in them..
My Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Epiphone AJ
Ibanez Strat Copy

Amps:
Orange Tiny Terror Head
Old beaten up Peavey cab
Marshall MG30DFX
#3
You are ****ed
Blindfold her telling her that she is going to get a surprise, then proceed to take off your pants and stick your penis in her nostrils.
#4
my fingers started peeling and **** when i started playing dude
just stopped a couple months ago, been playing about 2 years now.
theyve never bled on me though, i have enough common sense to stop playing if they hurt :P
#5
well i've been playing for like two and a half years, and my calluses still break occasionally, so it's gonna happen, but if they hurt, that should go away after some more playing, but if they do just take a break for a little while
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