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    How To Avoid Breaking Guitar Strings

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    Just like rules, guitar strings were made to be broken. Itís an unfortunate fact of life when youíre a guitarist or bassist. Broken strings are bad for a number of reasons: the cost of buying a new set, the frustration and effort of having to restring your instrument, and the potential embarrassment of having this occur during a performance.

    Fortunately, there are steps you can take to minimize the likelihood of breaking a string. While thereís no way to completely protect against a string break, these six tips will certainly help to make it as unlikely as possible.

    Read the blog here.

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    Over the years I have seen most of these conditions and taken like to solve them. In oxidation, is use a little furniture polish, but know I have read the steps article, I will seek to buy the Ernie Ball wipes,thanks. As for the string stretching, I learned years ago from a profesional player friend and it does make the strings settle in when turning and expand the string life.
    Thanks for the great blogs.

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