h0d0g
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Join date: Feb 2006
671 IQ
#1
Is it hard to re-string a bass guitar? I really need to replace my strings that I've kept on my bass for a year, they dont sound too bad, but it seems like it's time it needs to be changed.

Thanks in advance.
h0d0g
Registered User
Join date: Feb 2006
671 IQ
#3
one thing...that site doesn't work..
Fast_Bear
UG Freak
Join date: Sep 2004
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#5
:\ It shoudl work....

Meh, go down to a music shop and have them show you. It is ALOT easier to show you in person then to try and tell you over the internet.

And no they wont' charge you anything, unless they are greedy assholes... :\
h0d0g
Registered User
Join date: Feb 2006
671 IQ
#6
oh cool. that just made my day. ahahah thx guys
Applehead
Acta non verba
Join date: Jul 2005
2,744 IQ
#7
careful if you are chaging string gauges, you made need adjustments to your set up..
h0d0g
Registered User
Join date: Feb 2006
671 IQ
#8
I currently use RB45s (45, 65, 85, 105) and I intend to switch to Ernie Ball Hybrid Slinkys which my friend has and I like the cut through pop/punk sound.

I'm pretty sure the gauges are the same
Felkara
~Maria my star...~
Join date: May 2005
1,200 IQ
#9
Do indeed have the same guage, 45-105. My string set of choice.
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