Fingerease Guitar String Lubricant
- Leading string lubricant for over 35 years
- Effective on steel-wound, Nylong, and gut strings
- Reduces finger tenderness and smooths callouses
- Stop string talk
- Cleans and protects to extend the life of strings
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Note: this product cannot be shipped by air. Only ground shipping is available. Your performance should be the only thing blistering, not your fingertips! This string spray allows for much smoother guitar playing, letting your fingers Glide without friction along the strings. Cuts down on cuts, scrapes and sore fingertips - not to mention fudged notes or lines. Best of all, finger-ease does all this without mucking up or damaging your strings or fretboard.
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I have quite a few guitars I used for recording many commercials etc in the past. I had put them down for a while and recently broke a dozen of em out. I don’t have the calluses I used to have so a little finger ease really extends your playing time.
The debate over silicone hitting a fretboard, depends on how you’ve treated your fretboard in the past.
If you are of the lemon oil school and use a specially mixed name brand guitar oil on the fretboard, I’d definitely oil the board before re-stringing or spraying with finger ease. You can just slide some plastic-wrap between the fretboard and the strings if you like. Cover your pickups if they are open humbuckers!
Personally I’ve never had any problems as I live in Phoenix, so an oiled fretboard is fairly common in the dry air. If you live in a humid area you’re fretboard may not dry out or even need oiling. And there are those who never oil the fretboard.
All in all these are arguments that are offset by one’s playing ability.
MAKE SURE YOU SPRAY IT ON A TOWEL UNDER GUITAR AS ANY TILE FLOOR WILL TURN INTO AN ICE SKATING RINK WITH OVER-SPRAY !!!