#1
I was changing the strings to my squire and i realized after I finished with the D string that I had forgotten to slide the string underneath that little metal thingy that supports the D,G,B, and high E strings. Im playing it and it sounds fine, but is it bad for the guitar, and if not, should I just continue stringing this way?
#3
Its spelled squier btw.
Well, just to be like everyone else, here's my rig:

Fender American Stratocaster
Epiphone Les Paul Custom
Washburn J28SDL

Mesa/Boogie F-50 Combo
#4
To restring a squier, just get a rope, tie a slip knot, tie the rope to a high object, climb a ladder with it, then throw it off. Afterwards, repeat this procedure with yourself for buying it.
#5
What he said ^

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#6
Quote by Aidy Damage
To restring a squier, just get a rope, tie a slip knot, tie the rope to a high object, climb a ladder with it, then throw it off. Afterwards, repeat this procedure with yourself for buying it.


Got to it before anyone else dammit!

Indeed...........string it up is the answer!
#8
Hahaha
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#9
Quote by Aidy Damage
To restring a squier, just get a rope, tie a slip knot, tie the rope to a high object, climb a ladder with it, then throw it off. Afterwards, repeat this procedure with yourself for buying it.



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