Thanks Jacek! I will have to try those.Jacek A. Rochacki wrote:Dear Tate:
At first: I keep my fingers crossed for healing of your hand.
Some time ago I have joined the "Low Tension Club" and I have been playing LaBella 2001 Light Tension and they are really light and easy to play. Then I went to (more expensive) Jose Ramirez Medium all nylon set. I find them as "light" under my old LH fingers as these LaBella, just the tones are more up to my liking.
Thanks as well what exactly is the LH thumb issue you have??rojarosguitar wrote:Problems with my left hand thumb are one of the reasons for me to go as light as possible; on the other hand some of my guitars also respond very well to go lighter (which is a good luck). That's why I try out light tension strings.
The scale length is another issue for me. As much as I love my Stenzel (660mm), it is harder to play with my current problems. I didn't think this could ever become a problem ...
Anyway, hope the best for your hand, Thateharmann
As to Savarez Cantiga: I don't see anything called medium tension, I seem only to find normal tension or high tension (SBM) Is normal tension (red) what you meant?
Ah :/ I feel your pain!! Downsizing the scale length definitely helps LH issues are very frustrating though I wish you the best!rojarosguitar wrote:Thanks for enquiry. It's general pain around the main muscle at the ground joint, so that sometimes I cant develop enough strength for stretched fingerings (like i at first fret und a half-barée at 5th fret - Koyunbaba first Movement). This is especially more difficult with 660 scale length.