#2
Did you accidentally wear down the string with your allan key? Try putting on a new string, same gauge as the old one.
#3
lube contact points.

you lowered the string and it's making too much contact in the nut cut, at saddles or at frets.

lube.
Jenneh

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#4
Quote by jj1565
lube contact points.

you lowered the string and it's making too much contact in the nut cut, at saddles or at frets.

lube.

you just wanted the opportunity to say the word lube, didn't you?
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#5
g-string isn't supposed to stay on after action
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#6
Quote by .:st.anger:.
g-string isn't supposed to stay on after action


Haha.

On topic. Try fingering A-minor. You may just break a G-string.

If not. Buy new tuners.
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#7
Quote by Rtard_GWARRIOR
Haha.

On topic. Try fingering A-minor. You may just break a G-string.

If not. Buy new tuners.


I didn't break the G-string, but I -did- go to prison...
#9
Quote by Synyster-A7x
+1 Win.

Quote by a7xrocks02
Yesterday, I lowered the action on my guitar. The problem is now, that when ever i bend the g-string, it goes out of tune......Is there any way I can solve this problem?



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but seriously
try some nut sauce
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