#3
detune all the strings and use a flat head screwdriver and pop the white pegs out of the bridge, take strings out, replace, by putting the ball end in the hole and put th epeg back in then tap it a bit, then take the other end of the string and put it through the hole in the tunner, leave some slack in the string then start turning the knob thingy till it gets tight.
#4
Try the searchbar first. But I'll tell you anyway.

At the Bridge (I am assuming you now all the parts I say), there should be rather large ball like things. Get a screwdriver or something and pull them out. If there is a string there, pull it out. Put the pin through the hole in the end of the string and shove it back in. From there, pu it on the tuning peg as you would an electric.
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#6
http://frets.com/FRETSPages/Musician/Guitar/Setup/SteelStrings/Stringing/ststringing1.html

This one's a good tutorial. I don't suggest using a screw driver to get the bridge pins out.
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#7
When Restring the guitar how do you leave the loop or circle at the end of the guitar string?
#10
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??? you dont loop it the string wraps around the tuning peg.

no that's not what I mean't...

People like leave hoops at the end of the string...
#13
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you mean this?


Yea Like that...How do you restring it like that?
#14
Restring it normally, but just dont cut the slack. Just coil the excess back around(like how the strings are in the package).
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#15
wrap it in circles, imo don't do it. it makes you look like a rock star or a pro, and if you aren't one...
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#16
Quote by captivate
Restring it normally, but just dont cut the slack. Just coil the excess back around(like how the strings are in the package).

How do you coil the excess back? with a circle shaped block and wrap around it?
#17
you do it like how they are packaged duh?
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#19
Quote by captivate
http://frets.com/FRETSPages/Musician/Guitar/Setup/SteelStrings/Stringing/ststringing1.html

This one's a good tutorial. I don't suggest using a screw driver to get the bridge pins out.

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