#1
How do i stop the strings from snapping when i go out into the cold without detuning the guitar? (I'm in England and what i can normally do fine is buggered up by this stuff called snow :p
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#2
get a hard case for it? or a gig bag at least? I haven't had my strings snap on me and I got 12's on it. (then again, I do play in Drop C) but they still don't break.
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#3
A case usually helps isolate the guitar from major temperature & humidity changes were are not good fro the guitar. If your guitar does get cold allow sufficient time for it to warm up naturally before using it.
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#4
Well all above comments are the answer you are looking for , Get a hard case or heat up the guitar before tuning it
#5
Cheers, looks like i'll be investing in a decent case... and i don't tend to play it for about 1/2hr to 1hr after going inside, is that long enough?
and btw i'm on 13-56 standard tuning
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