The way you hammer is more important than the hammers themselves, but have you ever considered that your hammers may force the way you play and learn? Adjusting your hammering ergonomics isn't easy, especially when you already know how to play, but I think I've discovered a way to get your hammers to help you out in the process. The Genesis hammers are unusually well balanced and have what will at first seem like a ridiculously over-padded striking surface. This combination of balance and volume control isn't very complicated when you think about it, but when you spend time practicing with these hammers you'll find your grip naturally loosens as you attempt to get the hammer heads moving in a gentle arc, pivoting from your finger tips. That's really all there is to it; that, and a whole lot of practice. The good news is that it will be practice that is easier on the ears.
• four marbled grip colors: red, white, brown, blue, and black
• wide, comfortable handle that guides your fingers to a better grip
• carefully crafted balance point to maximize fingertip control
• heavy padding helps you play with greater hammer motion
• greater hammer motion helps you realize a relaxed grip
• a relaxed grip leads to less arm motion and more relaxed playing
• relaxed playing means greater fluency, accuracy, and speed
We are still getting our shopping cart set up. I anticipate getting it turned on before January 1. In the meantime, if you'd like to order a pair, just send me an email to email@example.com. Let me know what color handles you'd like and I'll get them off to you within 24 hours. I'll send you a link to pay with your choice of credit card or Paypal.
The price is $49 plus actual shipping.
We'll figure out which method works best for you.
Happy hammering, Dan.