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My guitar string is broken but it's on a electric guitar. please help me because my lesson is in october

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Use a guitar guide like raeguitars

It's great, help me with every little thing that cropped up over the years.

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Always keep an extra set of strings. Trust me, if you play daily, they will break often. Your guitar instructor will show you how to change strings and tune it.

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Does that guitar still has warranty? where did you bought it? try to go to music repair shop and consult it. they will help you bigtime. promise. i hope i helped you even a bit. thanx

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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    you still have time because your lesson is way too far.

  • Painter33 Feb 02, 2015

    Trying to get a warranty repair or replacement based on a broken string? Replacing strings is not complicated. As above, your instructor will show you and there are many online resources that explain how to do it. Please don't think this is a warranty issue because it isn't.

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