Music is an investment.
When you purchase an instrument, you’re buying value. The possibilities are endless. If your instrument isn’t performing to the standards it was made to, then that investment you made is losing value.
Use our care guide to get the most from your investment
So, instead of letting that value continue to decline, take a few steps against the flow of time. and get the full value and more back for good.
Get the most from your investment and make it last a life time.
1. Unwind the tuning pegs
Take the tuning pegs and loosen them, until you can fit four fingers under the string at the twelfth fret.
2. Clip strings in the middle
Using a pair of flush cutters, clip the strings somewhere in the middle. This allows for easier removal of the string.
4. Put in new strings
Push the tip of the string through the bridge up towards the tuning pegs. Do this with all the strings. Push the strings through the holes on the tuning peg.
5. Fix strings
Twist the tuning peg until you can fit one finger under the twelfth fret. Do this with all the strings.
1. Loosen Strings
Untwist tuning pegs until you can fit two fingers underneath the string at the twelfth fret.
2. Wipe guitar down
Get a dishcloth of some sort and make it damp. Not soaking, not barely wet, just damp. Proceed to wipe down the whole guitar. Your goal is to get all the dust off that you can.
4. Dry guitar
Take a dry cloth, and wipe everywhere on the guitar. Your goal is to get all the moisture that you can off the guitar.
5. Wipe with a microfiber cloth
Take a microfiber cloth, and wipe down the fretboard and the body of the guitar.
1. Loosen Strings
Loosen all the strings until you can fit at least one finger under the strings at the twelfth fret.
Get a few silica packages and put them in the case or wrapping with the guitar. This will keep your guitar dry and sounding its best until you want it again.
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