#1
Ok, so I've been having a problem with my G-string staying in tune for a long time now. It's not the strings, because I've changed them several times. Also, sometimes when I'm tuning and using the whammy bar, I hear a popping noise (which I'm assuming is not good) and a string is out of tune. Any idea why?

EDIT: Ok, basically what I'm asking is, should I take it to the shop or not? I don't really have any experience in intonation or adjustments on the guitar, just changing strings.
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Last edited by rigeljs at Mar 18, 2008,
#2
the reason why is because when used the wammy bar and u hear the clink its because the strings are strecthing there for putting them out of tune... this can be fixed by buying a locking nut and installing it on the guitar fixing tension problems.... also the g string is the most common string to get intoneation problems this can be fixed by adjusting the strings length at the spring part of the guitar
#3
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