#1
Hey all.
My new epihpone les paul is nice, but I have problems keeping it in tune.
I tune it, and 10 minutes later it is out again.
It comes with grover tuners, so I dont know what the problem could be!
Please, any advice?
#2
Maybe your nut is ****ed? And boy does that sound wrong...
#3
Haha, it does.
I don't know what could be wrong with it.
I just want it to play well you know?
#4
Quote by yoyoguitarist
Haha, it does.
I don't know what could be wrong with it.
I just want it to play well you know?

Maybe the indents where your string rests in are too tight/wide? That's the only thing i can think about for the moment... :p
#6
Quote by yoyoguitarist
Ah, I see.
Should I buy another?
Sorry about all of the questions.

Well, it might also be something silly like your guitar being stringed badly I think, try restringing it and if that doesn't work the best thing you could do is go to a tech and ask them about it tbh, better safe than sorry.
Last edited by Gego at Dec 25, 2009,
#7
Are you using the strings that came with it, because those tend to be mediocre.
#9
And when you do change strings rub the lead end of a pencil, into the grooves in the nut
#11
Quote by pwrmax
Are you using the strings that came with it, because those tend to be mediocre.


especially epiphones. fenders aren't to bad for stock strings, but epis are horrible.
#12
If strings are newly strung they need stretched a bit too.
Not likely it, but a good point none-the-less.
Just put your hand under each string stretch it a bit, then retune, then stretch.
should be okay after a short moment.
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"Put it down now, It's like you love that guitar more than me!"
In Which I replied.
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