#1
Okay well I have an Epiphone Les Paul Standard and my strings go out of tune so fast especially when I play a solo.
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#2
check how tight your machine heads are, also how old are your strings and what type of bridge are you using?
#3
could be a problem with old strings (most likely), bad tuners or nut problems
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an unsaturated fattylolcid.
#5
My strings are about 3 weeks old but I just replaced my G and B string and the bridge is a classic tune-o-matic with a standard stopbar tailpeice.
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#7
could be new strings having problems settling in, try stretching them
#9
Quote by skittle385
I think Delboyuk has the answer...if not how would I strecth them...?


loosen them up a bit and pull them off the fret board and just move up and down each string
#10
Quote by rorywal
loosen them up a bit and pull them off the fret board and just move up and down each string

if stretching strings doesn't work for you (it could also be a problem caused by using cheap strings, i had some tuning issues until i switched to elixirs) you could try some kind of nut lubricant and/or changing the strings maybe.
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#14
Get a good setup. Then if you have problems, blame it on the guitar shop.
Gear

93 Jackson Dinky Professional Reverse
98 Jackson Kelly KE3

Peavey Bandit 112
Custom 2x10 cab w/Bugeras