#1
so yesterday i bought a brand new 11-49's d'addario set and was putting the new strings on and out of all sudden i realized that i put the b string where the e string is supposed to be and the e string where the b string is supposed to be. then i tried to put them where they should be and the b string was fine but now the e string isn't long enough so only have 5 strings now and it's sunday
so can you guys either tell me how to fix that or tell me what to practice that doesn't require the high e string?
thx
Last edited by jAzZMataZz at Sep 16, 2007,
#3
oh yeah well thats what i mean how can i change the heading? i can't can i?
edit: i found it out
#4
The non-solo parts to Bark at the Moon. Basically, anything riffy.
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#5
Tool, almost none of their songs use the high e. And it really helps your sense of rhythm what with it's crazy time sigs and all.
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#6
Quote by jAzZMataZz
so yesterday i bought a brand new 11-49's d'addario set and was putting the new strings on and out of all sudden i realized that i put the b string where the e string is supposed to be and the e string where the b string is supposed to be. then i tried to put them where they should be and the b string was fine but now the e string isn't long enough so only have 5 strings now and it's sunday
so can you guys either tell me how to fix that or tell me what to practice that doesn't require the high e string?
thx


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Wait, what?
#7
improvise, make your own stuff without the high E..
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#9
improvise, make your own stuff without the high E..

High E...?
Is that, the high-pitched E? (1st string, thin)
Or the high E, as in high-up-on the guitar (6th, thick)?
#10
Drop it into A# and play some Cannibal Corpse, Yeah!

I dunno, just have fun with 5 instead of 6.
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#11
Just always have some spares just in case is what i do.. Prevention is better than cure.
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#12
Thunderstruck should be a lot easier to play now.
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#13
Remember, always have some extra sets.
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#14
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improvise, make your own stuff without the high E..

High E...?
Is that, the high-pitched E? (1st string, thin)
Or the high E, as in high-up-on the guitar (6th, thick)?

i'm talking about the thin one
#15
You can play anything you already know most probably - you've lost a grand total of 5 notes at worst...not exactly the end of the world.
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