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Ouch! I guess we'll have to start calling you Django.Fremen Twin 5 Scenes preset in a Two Finger Blues.
Two weeks ago I brook my index finger while slamming the back door of my car and got squashed in. So I have to wait at least 4 weeks bevor I can start slowly using the index finger again.
Meanwhile I 'm learning to play with the left 3 fingers, but my pinky is quite useless for bending and vibrato. After big struggle slowly can now play with 2 fingers (middle - and ringfinger) and it's coming slowly to sound ok. Can't play fast though and is a bit stuttering with 2 fingers over the whole fretboard, but at laest I can play my music a bit again.
Played with my stratocaster and the Fremen Twin 5 scenes preset using scene 3.
Patience my friend. When you do start using that finger again, take it slowly. Very slowly. You don't want to injure it again.Thank you Rex. I never realised before how important the index finger is. Without it like now, I have no real control over the other fingers, as the index finger seems to give balance and strength to the others. No good hold on the neck now. but with daily practice it is getting better.
The same problem is now holding the fork when I am eating. Try it to hold the fork without the index finger. It is out of proper balance or control. Or try playing the guitar without the index finger making it stick out straight and pointing away from the guitar neck. I hope I will be fine in some weeks. I've been told I have to start slowly in about 2 weeks from now to make the finger move again. It's really stiff now.
The doc said, you might be playing even better when you recovered, but I think he was kidding.
OK Leute, he's back! Easy does it, now...3 1/2 weehks ago I brook my indey fingerin der first limb of the finger. just underneath where the finger nail starts. Hell what a mess. I learned in the mean time to play with just middle and ring finger. Now since tuesday the plastic finger bandage is gone and I start to get my finger to work again. Its still kind of stiff but after a while playing or doing some finger exercises it gets better and than stiff again. Well it gets better day by day. Some overbending in the notes and not so fast anaymore, but starting to sound good.
This another sample of the Fremen 5 Scenes Presets (Marshall Plexi 1987) and swaped as usual the ir for one of the new Valhall V2 Green69 Marshall IR's.
I’m glad it’s getting better. There may be a little discomfort when the remnants of your old fingernail are just hanging on by a thread, but that will pass when the old nail finally falls off. Also, it’s no fun to trim when the remnants are really short. I know because I’ve been there. I had an infection at the base of the nail on my ring finger when I was a teenager.View attachment 58283
Sorry for the delay. I'vbe been away from home nor in the forum since last sunday.
Well the finger is getting now better. Better than I thought but I am going to loose the nail on it. You can see the new nail growing underneath it and pushing the old nail slowly away. I hope this will cause no problem but I'm confident now that it will be good again. Still lacking on strenght as bending is not back yet where it was. But it feels good. Thanks @Rex for asking.
I’m glad it’s getting better. There may be a little discomfort when the remnants of your old fingernail are just hanging on by a thread, but that will pass when the old nail finally falls off. Also, it’s no fun to trim when the remnants are really short. I know because I’ve been there. I had an infection at the base of the nail on my ring finger when I was a teenager.
I think maybe no bending on that finger until it’s fully healed? Just straight playing, and whatever exercises the doctor gave you. Let those tissues build back up without stress.