A Guitarist’s Guide to Managing Aging and Overuse Injuries

Playing guitar is a pain. At first, we suffer through blistered fingertips, overstretched tendons, fatigued muscles, and limited range of movement. With practice, those hindrances pass and we play easily.  Until we can’t.  Acoustic guitarists, like everyone, must manage physiological changes due to aging, often including hearing loss, arthritis, and repetitive use injuries, that can … Continue reading A Guitarist’s Guide to Managing Aging and Overuse Injuries