#1
so im changingmy electric guitar strings and i had a question. a friend of mine told me i had to wind it until i heard a sound like a snap and then to keep on winding. what i dont know is how many snaps do i have to hear. any help is greatly appreciated. thanks.
#3
Uh, tune up to the string's pitch, mang.

You don't need to listen for audio cues aside from what note the string is ringing out. Have you got a tuner?
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#4
the snap is usually from slack around the tuning peg, and when it keeps getting tight enough the slack should eventually get completly tight. Making this a general rule is stupid though... you tune your guitar until its the right pitch..
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#5
there's no snap tune it to pitch and un tune it and tune it a few times and it will break it in and prevent snapage.
#6
what they said, tune to pitch, if it snaps chances are, the string will snap.
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