ROCK TIPS LIQUID CALLUS FORMULA FOR GUITAR BASS STRING INSTRUMENT PLAYERS PAIN RELIEF
Relieves fingertip pain associated with playing a guitar, bass or other stringed instrument.
- Rebuilds and repairs damaged, peeling or torn fingertip calluses and prevents blisters from forming.
- Protects fingertips from moisture, cracked skin and other damaging elements.
- Helps build natural calluses faster by allowing you to play for longer periods of time.
- Long lasting and tough – a typical application of Rock-Tips will stay on your fingertips for 1-2 days of active playing, and a single 4 ml bottle contains over 150 applications – about 2 month s worth if you use it every day.
- Completely transparent and unobtrusive – doesn t impede the feeling of the strings on your fingers.
Safe and easy to use – non-toxic, quick curing formula will wash off with soap and warm water.Useful for all levels of musicians, from beginner to professional.Rock-Tips is a specially formulated, non-toxic application for use in protecting sensitive fingertips while playing a guitar, bass or other stringed instrument. When applied to your fingertips, Rock-Tips creates a thin, protective membrane that is extremely tough, allowing you to play longer and build your natural guitar calluses up faster.Rock-Tips is a new approach to the age-old problem of dealing with painful fingertips while developing calluses for beginning musicians. In addition, Rock-Tips can repair torn or damaged calluses in more experienced players, as well as protect fingertip calluses from moisture and other damaging elements.Play Longer Without The Pain!Fingertips can get raw and painful when you play your instrumentEvery person who has ever played a stringed instrument is familiar with the burning pain associated with constantly pressing their sensitive fingertips down onto hard steel or nylon strings. Until you develop calluses on your fingertips, this pain will always be there. Many would-be musicians have stopped playing altogether because of this pain.It takes a long time to develop good protective calluses, depending on how much you play. If you re a casual guitar player who only picks up their instrument once in a while, your calluses will never fully develop and you are faced with fingertip pain every time you play. Even seasoned professionals will quickly lose their calluses if they don t play their instrument regularly.Rock-Tips to the rescue