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I have some slight dexterity issues (no pun intended).
I also have a lack of feeling in my fingertips from decades of playing guitar, and I deal with a bit of arthritis.

Will the necessary sleight(s) be within my grasp, so to speak? If it wasn't so expensive I'd just take a chance, but being disabled with very low income, I have to do my homework in these situations.

Thanks ahead of time for any and all replies!

Asked at 03:57am on June 12th, 2019 by RaceBlakhart (399 karma)
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There is some dexterity required. I wouldn't consider it to be too difficult but its definitely not self-working and does require some sleight of hand to get prepared.

You need to be able to move your fingers in a smooth, controlled manner. To set up you also need to locate some fairly small items in your pocket and place them in specific locations.

I hope that helps. Reach out to customer support and I can get more specific.

Answered at 07:40am on June 12th, 2019 by joshburch (244 karma)
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