#1
i just changed my d string, it's an erinie ball custum gauge roundwood string, i dont know if its the string but it sounds very very very metallic how do i fix this?
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#4
play it.
within 30 minutes it'll mellow out to match your others.
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#5
It's new. New strings sound like that. Crunchy, metallic, and new.

Like a pair of clean boxers
#6
Question(s) - why would you replace JUST the D string? When was the last time you changed strings (if ever)?
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#7
To expatiate on what Fitzy said, you should always replace your strings as a set, not one at a time. Keeps them in balance with one another.

Also, did you redo your intonation afterwards? Always a good idea. If it persists, try moving the saddle.