#1
i was doing a pull-up on my liscensed floyd(replacing soon i hope) and the ball broke is there any way to reattach the ball to the string? Thanxx
#3
normally, you cut the ball end of the string off anyways.
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#5
the ball off the string broke? cuz if it did there's a way to still use the string
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#6
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normally, you cut the ball end of the string off anyways.


that's what I thought.

But I've seen some people put the ball end at the Tuning peg side. Kinda acts like a locking tuner..

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#7
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that's what I thought.

But I've seen some people put the ball end at the Tuning peg side. Kinda acts like a locking tuner..

yeah, but i dont think thats what TS meant. i think he put the ball end in the bridge.
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Oh crap. You actually managed to put the ball end in the bridge?

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#10
i think pictures would clear this up the most. Or just get some new strings, its always better to play with new strings.
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#11
The ball end? All the strings I've ever used just have a end with nothing on - just the wire, and the other end with a two little metal circle bits that keep the string in under the the bridge. I'm confused :S
#12
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The ball end? All the strings I've ever used just have a end with nothing on - just the wire, and the other end with a two little metal circle bits that keep the string in under the the bridge. I'm confused :S


That's called the "Ball End"

We know it's technically not a "Ball", it's shaped more like a doughnut or a car tire.
But that's it, it's called the Ball End

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That's called the "Ball End"

We know it's technically not a "Ball", it's shaped more like a doughnut or a car tire.
But that's it, it's called the Ball End




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#15
im pretty sure whoever put strings in the guitar didn't put the "balls" in the bridge. it probably just looks like the ball end broke off and stayed in the bridge because it was removed in the first place.

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