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oib111
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12/28/2007 4:19 pm
Well, I string my guitar one string at a time. But I see lots of people do all 6 strings at a time. Is one of those methods better or something?
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12/28/2007 4:22 pm
Originally Posted by: oib111Well, I string my guitar one string at a time. But I see lots of people do all 6 strings at a time. Is one of those methods better or something?


No, stringing all 6 at once is quicker.
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12/28/2007 4:33 pm
If you have a floating bridge on your guitar, you want to do one at a time.... ;)

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12/28/2007 4:46 pm
kk thx, cuz I have a floating bridge.
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12/28/2007 7:01 pm
I learned that the hard way with my Warlock. It was never the same after I changed my strings all at once like I do with my Strat :(
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12/28/2007 10:55 pm
The only time I restring all the strings at once on my floyd rose is when I have to clean the fretboard. Usually I like to do it every other string change.

Otherwise I do it one string at a time
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