#1
Hi, i had my guitar tuned to C because i was exploring different musical possibilities, and now i want to tune it back up to E standtard, but i am not sure of how to do this without breaking my strings, particularly the high E string, could someone help me out and offer tips/suggestions for tuning up from a low tuning?
#3
Slowly, and stretch your strings a bit.
Last edited by Unuca at Aug 3, 2009,
#4
1}Turn knob
2}Pitch Goes Higher
3}??????
4}Profit!
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#5
Its like slapping a cat. If you keep slapping it, it'll bite you. But if you only slap it on the head once in awhile, you'll be ok!

Hope this helps!
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Hope this helps!



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I wish I had an extra sensitive third nipple, and a girl who was into that sort of thing.

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#9
just do it slowly, or get a new string set adn if it breaks replace it and tune it XD
#10
The same way you have sex with a chick while she's asleep. Slowly but surely and hold your breath.
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