#1
I just dropped my Washburn XM pro2 and my high and low e were out of tune. after i tuned my 4th and 11th fret s at high e is broken(?). What is the problem?
#2
Um... What?

Have you got a picture of the damage?

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#3
Read this earlier. Read it again just now and I'm not sure what's the problem.

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#4
get straplocks so it doesn't happen again.
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youre just being a jerk man.



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