Finger Exerciser for Guitar & Horn Players
    Product # 609000
    Finger Exerciser for Guitar & Horn Players
    Product # 609000
    $4.94 $7.05
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    Finger Exerciser for Guitar & Horn Players

    Playing a stringed instrument or orchestral horn instrument requires hand and finger strength, as well as the skills and talent. While skills and talent require use of the instrument, you can improve your finger strength while watching TV or listening to music using this Finger Exerciser from Monoprice!

    The Monoprice Finger Exerciser is the ultimate finger, hand, wrist, and forearm fitness tool for musicians. Regular use of the exerciser improves strength, flexibility, and the individual finger control necessary to play guitar, other stringed instruments, and brass instruments with superb accuracy, tone, and clarity.

    The spring tension on each valve is individually adjustable from 4 ~ 7 lbs of force. To decrease tension, turn the knurled tension adjustment ring clockwise, as indicated by the amplitude indicator on the valve body. To increase tension, turn the knurled ring counterclockwise.

    Starting with the lowest finger pressure and only a few reps, you can gradually increase pressure and the number of reps until you are doing ten or more reps per finger at the highest pressure, two or three times per day. Along with the strength will come the nerve and muscle memory to improve individual control of the fingers, especially the ring and pinky fingers.

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    8 Reviews

    81.25% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Leverage your digits

    • Ed C. in NC,
    •  Apex, NC 
    • 5/22/2016 8:41:03 AM

    Pros: cheap, lightweight, great design and function

    Cons: none, from my standpoint.

    Great product and design, I had to glue a few pads back on, but otherwise all good.

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    Finger Exerciser

    • Saxman Don,
    •  Modesto, CA 
    • 1/4/2016 10:21:50 AM

    Pros: None

    Cons: Not well made, breaks while using it.

    Very cheaply made. One of the valves popped off and spring shot out of compartment. I will be returning it.

    by Monoprice Administrator

    Thank you for your review and I am truly sorry that it broke while you were using the item. Did you want to try a replacement to see if it'll work better? Please let me know, thank you!

    John Lingo
    Tech Support

    by Saxman Don
    Thank you for responding John. I think that would like a replacement since it is a low priced item. I really like Monoprice and have bought several things from you and would like to give you a chance to make this right.

    My son and I are looking forward to visiting the Monoprice booth at NAMM next week!

    Don Galvan

    by Monoprice Administrator
    Hello Don,

    I can go ahead and set this up. Please verify your address and I will give you an RMA number after. Thank you!

    John Lingo
    Tech Support

    by Saxman Don
    My address is 2221 Lionudakis Ct. Modesto, CA 95355

    by Monoprice Administrator

    Thank you for your response. I have gone ahead and created you an RMA for a replacement. Please await further instructions via email. Thank you!

    John Lingo
    Tech Support
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    Works great

    • Anna,
    •  Regina, SK 
    • 7/12/2015 8:12:35 PM

    Pros: Does what it says it does - simple and easy.

    Cons: A few questions on whether I'm increasing or decreasing the tension

    I thought this was a great idea to strengthen my fingers for starting to play guitar. This is my biggest challenge in learning as my fingers are so weak in my left hand. Perfect and does what it says. I later found a guitar learning site that mentioned this was a great tool for just that purpose.

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    • Bob,
    •  Cincinnati, OH 
    • 12/8/2014 12:25:03 PM

    Pros: Works great!

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    It's OK

    • RPR,
    •  Chino, CA 
    • 6/27/2014 1:14:14 PM

    A bit cheaper than comparable items. Compared to the squeeze ball exercisers, this one does more to develop finger independence in the 3rd and 4th fingers.

    The difference between the lowest and highest settings is almost imperceptible to me. For finger strength, I'm back to a squeeze ball, and use this just for 3rd/4th fingers.

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