#1
I try to change the string but there's a circle thing at the end of the string on my guitar and they won't come out can someone help me Take them out?
#2
Undo the string completely at the headstock
Pull the ball-end (the round metal thing) out of the bridge, then pull the rest of the string out by the ball-end.
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#3
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Undo the string completely at the headstock
Pull the ball-end (the round metal thing) out of the bridge, then pull the rest of the string out by the ball-end.


But the ball end is stuck inside and I did that before but there's a ball blocking the way to put a new string. I can't touch it it's stuck there
#5
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What kind of bridge is this? Is it string-through-body?


It is a fender stratocaster bridge
#6
The ball end comes out through the back of the guitar body.

I'm guessing it is stuck in there? You'll have to poke it out somehow. Perhaps a toothpick through the back. Or, take one of your old guitar strings and push it through the topside of the bridge to push the ball end out.
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#7
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The ball end comes out through the back of the guitar body.

I'm guessing it is stuck in there? You'll have to poke it out somehow. Perhaps a toothpick through the back. Or, take one of your old guitar strings and push it through the topside of the bridge to push the ball end out.


Thank you so much
#8
Quote by ThunderPunk
The ball end comes out through the back of the guitar body.

I'm guessing it is stuck in there? You'll have to poke it out somehow. Perhaps a toothpick through the back. Or, take one of your old guitar strings and push it through the topside of the bridge to push the ball end out.

common sense stuff...
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