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by Jake Stogdill October 25, 2018 7 Comments
February 06, 2019
Another good video. Thank you!
I find that it’s the simple tricks and techniques, as you explain here, that really help us everyday musicians the most. You did not mention stretching the strings after tuning, and then re-tune again after stretching. Do you not recommend stretching the strings with the winder tool?
October 29, 2018
Very nice video and explanation. I agree with removing only one string at a time unless there is some reason to remove them all. I also pull each new string up a bit a few times to lessen stretching and keep them in tune faster. I enjoy all the tech videos.
October 27, 2018
Thank you,that helps a lot,looks so much neater done this way.
October 25, 2018
Thanks Jake. I didn’t know about the ball going past the bridge plate. I’ve always had trouble with that. Can you e-mail me please and tell me if you stretch the strings at all before final tuning? I’ve always been told that you should. Thanks!
Thanks for the tip on quick tuning. That will save a lot of time.
Well done Jake…thanks for the “Keep It Short & Simple” KISS method of changing strings. Carl
How much are the strings that you used in the video plus shipping to 65742?
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