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I don't know how to change the strings on my shector 006 deluxe, any help please? ive had the guitar a few months now and think it is due a change in strings, however i feel unsure about uncsreweing parts incase i mess up, anybody good with shectors? Thanks if you can help

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There are instructions on YouTube.com regarding changing strings on guitars. The video illustrations are much better than trying to write in words the proceedure.

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