5 responses

  1. ross gordon
    June 3, 2007

    very well explained. i just did a very similar instructional post, but i think i like your better :)

  2. Chris
    June 3, 2007

    I thank you sir!

    Your site really rocks Sir Ross! Great look and not too crowded! I got to spend some serious time on there when I get a moment, really I will.

    Did you see the one on youtube about restringing? Not bad at all.

    It’s odd you say that. Normally I cannot explain to my wife how I got from work to home (just an example here) without it sounding like I am talking Klingon to her. I gotta show her this one!

    Keep on Jammin’

  3. Blues Licks
    May 3, 2010

    One more thing: Be sure to tune those strings when you are done yanking on those strings…especially if you are playing live!

  4. athena health store
    August 30, 2012

    And the truth is … super creative! Coding alcohol will help you!

  5. Jon
    October 16, 2012

    I figured I would add my two cents since I’ve been playing for 22 years and teach guitar. After winding up your strings, don’t tune them up completely at first. Leave just a little bit of slack. Gently pull on each string at about the midpoint of the string. Do this a few times. Do this individually for every string. Then tune the guitar as usual. Then of course tune it again a couple of times and you should be good to go.

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