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FingerWeights M10B 10 set
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This Fingerweight set includes 10 adjustable rings and 30 stainless steel weight rods, a storage pouch and instructional video. The rings can be posi...Read More
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Give your fingers a workout and become a better player.
This Fingerweight set includes 10 adjustable rings and 30 stainless steel weight rods, a storage pouch and instructional video. The rings can be positioned on the fingers in two different ways, and the weight can be adjusted from 10 grams to 30 grams on each finger.
This practice tool is used by professional and amateur musicians. FingerWeights increase speed, dexterity, endurance, and control for all players--all instruments. Designed specifically for musicians, the slip-on model fits comfortably on any size finger and is worn during practice and pre-performance warm-up. FingerWeights target the extensor and flexor muscles, the tiny muscles that open and close the fingers. The extensors (speed muscles) determine how quickly the musician can move from one key or string to the next. The flexors close the fingers and are essential for purity of tone.
- 30 stainless steel weight rods @ 10 grams each
- 10 FingerWeight musician rings
- Leatherette drawstring storage pouch
- Instructional DVD
- Comprehensive exercise program
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Upon opening my package of finger weights I was immediately disappointed. The plastic rings which hold the weights seem cheaply made and are uncomfortable. Their design makes it hard to play stringed instruments. The plastic part that attaches to the underside of your fingers tends to clip strings on your fingering hand and the weights above your fingers tend to hit strings on your strumming hand. I think this product is more suited for piano or other exercises not involving a stringed instrument. Finger weights do work as advertised but in my opinion are not worth the price or the discomfort.