#1
I find that my A string is going out of tune very quickly.

Example: I tuned it before I started this thread and it is, as I type, out of tune.

Can anyone help?
#4
Quote by ItalysFinest429
if its a new string then give it a day or two

It isn't.
#5
Did you stretch your strings out? Also, make sure the screw on the side of the tuning peg is relatively tight.
#6
Quote by ClimhazzardX
Did you stretch your strings out? Also, make sure the screw on the side of the tuning peg is relatively tight.

I did, it's only recently started happening, they're not fresh strings or anything. I'll have a look at the peg now.
#7
Do you have a fixed or floating bridge?
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#8
1. check your tuning keys and make sure the handles and backs are tight
2. make sure you learn how to properly stretch the strings once you get them wound to a little tension...... this is about a 10 minute job.
3. make sure your bridge is as close to parallel with the guitar body.....regardless of what type of guitar you have.

Those may solve it.
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