#1
I just broke my high E string right by the tuner, but the strings are only a week old.

Do anyone know how this could happen?
#3
It could have been the wrong octave depending on the tuner.

Where did it break? Did it ever break in that spot before?
#4
Maybe you winded it wrong, tuned it too high, or your nut needs adjusting.
Hehehehehehe you need to get your nut adjusted...


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#6
The High e on my Strat broke once after only 4 days. I had it tuned right and I had it wound right, but it was a different guage string and from a different brand.


If this keeps happening to you, you might want a pro to inspect your guitar, or you could try using different guage strings.
#7
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The High e on my Strat broke once after only 4 days. I had it tuned right and I had it wound right, but it was a different guage string and from a different brand.


If this keeps happening to you, you might want a pro to inspect your guitar, or you could try using different guage strings.


Well I did switch from ernie ball to ghs boomers so that might explain it