#1
How long do you think i should leave my new strings on my bass before it will be alright to tune it, without snaping the strings.

The thing is i need it for tommorrow at about 12ish and i put them on at 4 today, so by then, if i leave it, will the strings be fine?



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#2
unless you tune it about 5 steps above E standard, you can tune it immediately after restringing. Just make sure you don't over tighten them and you'll be fine.
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#3
Yeah... it really doesn't matter unless you want to tune the strings above standard.
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#4
if you snap a bass string while tuning, I'll give you a cookie. As far as I know, it is one of the most difficult things to do. Don't worry about it.
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