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post Jan 14 2008, 09:41 PM
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QUOTE (Tomy Jeon @ Jan 13 2008, 09:59 PM) *
I still need to try gutar restringing... I've used the same strings for over a year now biggrin.gif

blink.gif either you have incredible strings, or they're black as night! laugh.gif

i find they stay in tune better if you stretch them when you put them on. just grab the string above like the 12th fret and pull it away from the fretboard. it'll go flat at first, but the more you do it the less the pitch will change. be careful you don't overdo it though! i managed to snap my a string doing that the other day! biggrin.gif

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post Jan 14 2008, 09:49 PM
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Hell yeah lol, but not exactly my fault... Or I don't know really laugh.gif I changed strings and was ready to shred the soul out of my guitar, and in my first high E bend, BANG!... It broke exactly at a point where I could not use it ever again sad.gif

And talking about changing strings, I used to be TERRIBLE at it, but had to master the technique... Now I can change a string in about 20 seconds on-stage... wink.gif

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