#1
This is a really embarrassing problem, since I've been playing almost 2 years now, but I can't seem to string a guitar well. I can usually make it playable, but the loops around the tuning pegs are loose, and at least one string seems to just bend until its unusable, and I have to get another one. Any ideas on how to fix this?

Here's a pic of what I'm talking about:

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#2
You could try stringing it properly? Also google/search bar is good too.
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#4
ok dude that looks real messed up and just wrap it around twice hold the string tight push the part of the string u just looped and push the end int the hole then still holding the string tight tune the string like roughtly
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#6
wtf is that, rats nest, look her's how i do it, i put the string through normaly, but before you start turning the nob thing, place your finger on the string in front of the nut at the top of the neck and hold it tight, then bend the exess string up and start tightening it, leave some slack so you can drop tune. but i found that this works great, like professionally done. and make sure the string goes under the bend.