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Re: Bass & injuries - not the way at all.....


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Posted by Carol Kaye on January 28, 2000 at 14:01:57:

In Reply to: Re: Bass & injuries posted by Pat on January 17, 2000 at 09:15:49:

: Hey, you could try to raise the bass up so your left hand doesnt have to curve as much & work as hard to press the strings. You could also try to get a wider strap so the wieght is more dispersed
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Well, that is the fastest way to get your arm and shoulder injured. And the weight being dispersed may feel a little better but you're still putting that same am't of weight on the never bundle at the top of your left shoulder which influences your vagus nerve -- the automic nerve system that runs your heart, liver, brain, etc......in time, that's dangerous, over 6 lbs., it doesn't matter how it's "dispersed", the weight is still there.



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