#3
How high? You may have a rough spot on the saddle on the bridge, or your nut thats causing the string to wear and break. And if the strings are old and you dont care for them.
Or if they are very light gauge.

Also, D all of the above.
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#5
cracking?

or do you mean breaking
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#6
i think he means more like a popping sound. i found that ernie ball slinkys bend alot better then most like ghs boomers and stuff. u can get all different kinds super slinkys and stuff. i tryed to break a set with my trem one time and could not do it....i was like wtf!!!! the ghs would break so easy but not the super slinky...LOL
#7
like on g string, b string, and high e string on 12th fret & higher.


by cracking i mean like bending up and then it making almost like a squeak or pop.