It takes longer to warm up these days...

Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by Dr Improbable, Jan 9, 2019.

  1. wildelectric

    wildelectric Squier-Meister

    Sep 23, 2016
    Western Illinois
    A number of changes occur with age that contribute to less control and speed in muscle of the limbs, to include neuronal loss and shrinkage in the motor control part of the brain.

    Nothing necessarily wrong with that - it happens to most all of us to one extent or another. Just work with what you've got at any age or level of ability, IMHO.

    And if anyone is getting too down on themselves about the abilities they "need" for guitar playing... ;)

    Last edited: Jan 10, 2019
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  2. Matt Shevell

    Matt Shevell Squier-Meister

    Feb 5, 2018
    New York
    Ya gotta just take it slow, and be glad you ain’t washing the dishes or helping the kids with their homework
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  3. Afrika61

    Afrika61 Squier-Nut

    You'll likely do good in the long run I think, barring any major injuries. My Dad had huge hands, came from being a machinest and steel worker for most of his life. His activity level of course dropped after retiring but with a bit of daily activity to keep him from stiffening up, his hands were one of the few things that didn't give him greif in his later years.
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