#1
i posted this in the String Changing thread above but nobody replied....anyway i am wondering if my restringing method is wrong. i just strung my les paul and what i did was lined the string up with the notches and all that and i left like 1 1/2 - 2 inches of slack, then i just started winding up the string and made sure the string was winding underneath itself everytime. i didnt wind it around the tuning post or anything like that though and i see some people talking about it but i dont exactly know how to do it correctly. is my method ok??
#3
i pretty much just left a little slack and started tightening thats it really. what i was concerned about though is i didnt wind the string manually around the tuning post and i was wondering if that is necessary or what?
#4
a Pic would be good

or If the Strings Stay there with out Breaking and stay in Tune and no wacky sounds then ya your methods ok


-The tuning post is made to have the string wrap around...Its best ya do so
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#5
well how exactly do i wrap it around? when i tried it i couldnt keep the string still it was going all over the place lol.
#7
you hold the loose string with one hand, and turn the peg with the other.
each wrap under the first.

it's not the easiest thing to do, but after a while u get better at it.
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