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when the strings have lost there tone, as my G string sounds higher than usual and ive tuned it 3 times usin the korg GA-30 tuner and its still doesn't sound right ive even tried tuning it by ear but still isnt right.


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are you tuning it to the right key? either that or your tuner sucks
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Quote by SublimeGuitar
are you tuning it to the right key? either that or your tuner sucks

ye its tuned to the right key, and it dont suk as it started happening yesterday.


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Is your tuner set to 440Hz..?


not sure, how do i find tht out??

EDIT: ahh yes it is set to 440Hz


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Last edited by Stingz. at Jul 10, 2007,
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Quote by JC13
Hmmm, your other strings sound fine? How long have they been on for?


rest of the string sound fine, they've been on for about 3 months i think, im using ernie ball power's 11-52


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Rub your finger under the string and see if their is little grey pieces of steel coming off, if that's so it's time to change again.
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Quote by cocacolabottle
Rub your finger under the string and see if their is little grey pieces of steel coming off, if that's so it's time to change again.



ahh ye, thx for the tip


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