#1


Can anyone help me here? I've replaced the string twice now and it snaps within a week or two. ( I use my guitar alot )
Any tips for keeping the string intact?

( it's a fender strat type guitar )
#3
Quote by TubeAmpGuy
polish the saddle.. there's a sharp edge there somewhere.


This.

Unless you don't know how to tune, but I doubt that.
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#4
it's really hard to file out a sharp spot in a saddle.

even adding lube to the contact joint doesnt always offer a long term suggestion.

a lot of times it's easier and in the long run, cheaper to swap out the stock saddles for graphtech or similar replacements.
Jenneh

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#5
what gauge are you using?
My Strat/Modded '69 RI Mustang
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#6
If your a real newbie it could be jsut your technique and playing too hard.
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07 Gibson LP Vintage Mahogany
90-91 Fender MIJ '62 Reissue Strat
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