#1
yeah. i just restrang my guitar and something felt very off when i was playing. Turns out i mixed up my b and e string. any suggestions on how to fix this without opening a new pack? lol thanks.
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#2
take em out?
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#3
pull them out... but it's a pain to get them back in
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#4
you should feel retarded for asking this question
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#5
take them both off. then restring them. itll be a pain, but if you dont wanna buy new ones.....
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#6
Ya just take them out. Good job on that one though.
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#7
Ouch it's on a trem guitar. Either just deal with it or change it out.
#8
take them both off. then restring them. itll be a pain, but if you dont wanna buy new ones.....


pull them out... but it's a pain to get them back in


Has it came to the point where taking out two strings and restringing them have become a pain? I don't understand what's so bad about restringing a guitar. I think some of you people are pathetic excuses of life.
#9
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Has it came to the point where taking out two strings and restringing them have become a pain? I don't understand what's so bad about restringing a guitar. I think some of you people are pathetic excuses of life.


But if you check his sig, it seems they are both guitars with double locking trems. Just a lot of hassle really.
#11
actually this guitar doesnt have a trem, but you have to put the strings in through the back of the guitar, so if i take the strings off they'll be all curly and nearly impossible to push through. so cman i think you need to chill out a little bit.
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#12
without opening a new pack......

.....clearly there's absolutely nothing else you can do except restringing it back the correct way or use the old strings back....

or if you're good enough, just normally tune it and play the B and e string in that position...
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#13
Quote by cman138
Has it came to the point where taking out two strings and restringing them have become a pain? I don't understand what's so bad about restringing a guitar. I think some of you people are pathetic excuses of life.


has it come to you the fact that he has double locking trems on his guitar, and whether if it was the first one or second one, it will still be a damn pain to change strings on that?


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#14
Buy new strings. Its a cheap lesson. Some of my lessons haven't come so cheap.
#16
10 packs of strings is like 25$ .. :/
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10 packs of strings is like 25$ .. :/




Where I live, one pack is like 4 - 10 pounds. Don't know the USD equivalent, but it's a hell of a lot more.
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#18
Quote by cman138
Has it came to the point where taking out two strings and restringing them have become a pain? I don't understand what's so bad about restringing a guitar. I think some of you people are pathetic excuses of life.



acually pulling them out is the easy part.. but ****ing around with the tip of ur string all twisted and going no where u want it to... yeh it's a pain
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#19
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Where I live, one pack is like 4 - 10 pounds. Don't know the USD equivalent, but it's a hell of a lot more.

Yeah strings are about 5 pounds, if I remember correctly, for a single set in Belfast as well. But if you go on eBay you can get a 10-pack a LOT cheaper (sorry though, I lied about 25$, it's a little more than that)

10 sets D'Addario EXL110 Nickel Electric Guitar Strings Buy It Now $29.99 (price) $4.19 (delivery)

Way better than buying from your local shop - that's like 18 or so GBP for us UK people.
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#20
If you don't want curly strings, just straight them out!
As a guitar player you should have enough strengh in your fingers to do that..
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#21
it is a pain gettin curled up strings back in but its not that hard
just spend 10 minutes straightening them out with ur fingers or between two peices of card or something
and then try and push them in really quickly
and use tweezers to pull um when u get threw to the bridge
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