Top 10 Guitarists with Small Hands/Fingerszxm I remember back in the days when I started to learn guitar I saw a lot of people complaining about they had short fingers/small hands. They wanted some large hands, long fingers. Some almost gave up playing. But an average size of guitar matches with almost every person's finger/hand size. No matter the size. Especially if you are talking about electric guitars. Cause electric guitar usually have thinner neck.
Anyway, having small fingers doesn't matter. Unless you have tiny fingers like Chucky from Child's Play. Now people may argue most great lead guitarists or shredders are tall and have longer fingers. But actually there are great shredders with small fingers.
So, these are some the guitarists with small hands or short fingers. They can play guitar too. Cause not everybody has fingers like Buckethead or Steve Vai.
The Top Ten
Shortest guitarist here. 5"2. Did he gave up playing guitar? No. Rather he's one of the most famous rock guitarists. He doesn't have problems accessing on fretboard. - zxm
Yeah, the SG was the only guitar he could fit his hands around. Haha - BrianScott01
Hide is 5"7. Not that short. But his fingers are quite short. He is one of the most famous Japanese guitarists. - zxm
Paul Simon is 5'3. But he still carried on. - zxm
Ibrahim Ahmed Kamal's height is approximately 5'6. I remember when I saw him his fingers looked small. But he's a great player.
I might not add him. But he's a lead guitarist who shreds. He has speed. Plays with his small fingers. - zxm
His hands are quite small but still plays. - zxm
I didn't add him in top 5. Cause even though he's short but his fingers are quite long comparably. But still not very long. - zxm
One word... AWESOME!
Her fingers look small. But she's one of the greatest female guitarists. - zxm
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2. Hide (Hideto Matsumoto)
3. Paul Simon