#1
So guys, I'm in need of some advice on breaking a bad habit of mine that's now affecting my playing of both guitar and bass. Instead of resting the end of my thumb on the back of the neck, my thumb tends to straighten, meaning that i'm pushing the inside of the knuckle against the neck, and after a while, this really hurts. It's a habit that i've had for years, I even had it when i used to play the violin (and was probably the main reason i was so bad at it).

So how the hell do i stop myself from doing this?
#2
What do you mean the inside of your knuckle? Like you thumb bends so the pad is flat or what?
#3
just a matter of breaking the habit cold turkey.

just hold your left hand comfortably as if you're jerking it, you should be fine then.

ps i play violin/viola :P
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