#1
Hey Guys
It seems that after i play a bit of lead my high strings (mainly my G but also the others) go out of tune. Only slightly at first, then progressively they become more and more out until it hurts my ears to play a chord. Any ideas on what i could do to fix this problem?!?
Thanks a lot

BTW I'm playing an Epi Les Paul Standard
#3
^What he said. If they're new, unstretched strings, it's to be expected.

Try tightening up the screws on your tuners too.
#4
I sure do and these arent really that new
this was still happening with old strings
#5
Um stretch when you replace strings, don't use as intense of bends, use string lube, and retune.
#8
my epi is about 1 1/2 years old and has recently been serviced as i replaced the pickups and got a service done when the pickups were put in.
#9
it might be something with the nut. It may have to be replaced with a bone one. Think this guy talks about that alot in his Gibson vs Epiphone youtube video.

http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=TTzdcOcpyuE
Gear
Gibson Les Paul std faded, Godin LG
Marshall jcm900
Keeley ds1, maxon od808, boston tu500, RMC Wizard
#10
But i dont think it would be the nut as all the high strings are effected. G more so but the B and E are still effected
Thanks