#1
i have a les paul studio and the strings wont stop brecking and they break like a week after i put em on i use 10s and i keep breaking the low E whats going on?????
#3
your playing too hard, or your nut or bridge is f****d up
Machine F**king Head \m/
#5
Then there are probably burs or something on your bridge. Little sharp points that cut your springs. I'm not sure exactly cause I've never done this, but I believe if you take some fine sandpaper and sand the saddles they will go away and your strings wont break as often
#6
sharp points on the saddles like said.

instead of trying to sand them, invest in some graphtech string savers.
Jenneh

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#7
WOuld a new guitar cost more than a pair of strings each week?
#8
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WOuld a new guitar cost more than a pair of strings each week?



he just needs new saddles. you can get a set for the cost of a few sets of strings.
Jenneh

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Jenny needs to sow her wild oats with random Gibsons and Taylors she picks up in bars before she settles down with a PRS.


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