#1
so after reading an article in Fender's site... where it says the strings brake up at the bridge couse of the metal reaction or something... like when the stronger metal attackes the weaker one..
it said you could use oil or something..
ive seen a cloth id say little tubular cloth for every string to put on... for the bridge part
dammit it's hard to explain.. well it was something like the clothes at the end of the bass guitar strings...
hmm i remember ive seen something in the GC's site... about a year ago..

any info
sorry fi that doesnt make sence.. eng ain my first lang
#3
Why don't you just use shrink tubing? That's what most people use.
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#4
Quote by mmolteratx
Why don't you just use shrink tubing? That's what most people use.



whats shrink tubing?