Grow your nails to the desired length and shape and file them to perfection. When that happens, your mind will begin to think of them as fragile and important. You will begin to gain consciousness of where your hands are at all times, what you are touching, and you will take care not to break the tips off. You're not biting your fingernails -- you're biting delicate musical instruments.hicitronella wrote:Ahhh... thank you for the reply's. I'll look into that stop n' grow stuff. The thing about thinking about the guitar everytime is that nail biting is just a habit that i dont even think about when im doing it. Im off in whole other world when im doing it. But im looking into a couple of different products. I was hoping there might be some guitarists that had the same problem.
I was a HARDCORE nail biter. I'm talking about major delamination; bleeding, the works. Any real nail biter out there knows what I'm talking about.hicitronella wrote:Alright folks, just a little problem you guys might be of some assistance. I have a bad habit of biting my nails. I really would like to stop because im getting serious about guitar, and would like to produce a brighter, clearer tone while playing. Has anyone else had a nail biting problem they have overcome? Any replys will help greatly.
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