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Change the strings on a

I have a

ltd alicks trillo 200 flying v with a floating bridge

the stringes are wering out and idk how to replace them

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Http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_q2wleWRvw

Thats a youtube video to help you out man, I bought 2 mavericks and 3 ibanez before I knew how to change the strings!

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