#2
stretch the strings before you tune it....don't whammy a lot...don't expose the guitar to extreme heat/cold
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#4
Quote by izzizz
isn't it AFTER i tune it?


nope haha just string it and get them relatively tight but don't worry about them being in tune or anything and just do crazy bends and stretch them out...then tune them, stretch again and repeat until you can stretch them without the guitar going out of tune
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#6
I was told many times to string it and then either before its fully tuned or just a bit before its tuned right, to stretch the strings by pulling them away from the fretboard, (not like AGH!! stretching) just a couple of gentle tugs maybe 5-10 (i do) and then get back to tuning it again and you should be fine. If the strings still seem to get out of tune its normal, theyre new strings so they have to get broken in so you could try to tug on them a bit again and you should be fine. just as chuckmehh said dont whammy much lol my Ibanez's have that problem but it just takes time...a really long..time
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