#1
Hey so im not sure if this is the right place to post this but anyways. I recently bought a ukulele from a friend no warranty it was working fine now after playing it for a while the A string wont hold its tune very well. All the other strings are fine and earlier i did not have this problem any ideas on how to fix this???
Any help is appreciated
#2
Replace the string
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#3
tighten the tuners, check the nut and bridge, and buy new strings. and don't leave it in a changing climate.
that is all
#4
My friends does the same thing. We replaced the string and played around with the tuner, it still didnt do much to help. Sorry Im no help, but I kinda know what youre talkin about.
#5
Im not realy sure it has to do with the string i was thinkin more of the tuner itself not working properly
#6
My A string used to go out of tune all the time. Now it only goes out every once in a while. So I'd suggest just keep re-tuning it until it starts to stay put.
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#7
Thanks for the help but when im saying it wont hold its tune im talking to like the end of 1 verse in a song
#8
I actually had this problem with my ukulele the other day lol

I tried to tune it, but the machine head would just return to the original position. There should be a screw running through the machine head, get a small screwdriver and just tighten it until the machine head feels tight to turn, but not too tight. It'll hold tune after that
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#9
Nylon strings go out of tune a lot. Some brands are better than others but I'm guessing your strings are actually worn out. Try new ones and see if it helps
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