Mudcat Café message #276316 The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #24206   Message #276316
Posted By: GUEST,Skivee, guesting from afar
12-Aug-00 - 12:30 PM
Thread Name: Dear Dr. Folkenmusik
Subject: RE: BS: Dear Dr. Folkenmusik
Peter, the answer to your question is to change those strings... all of them . When you put on a new set, they will have a well balanced tone betwixt the strings. Put on one new in the midst of old ones and you will notice the new one has a brighter, more crisp sound that will stand out fron the codgers. Change them all time, but one at a time... fully install each one before going on to the next. If you are playing a nylon string, expect considerable stretching over the following week. In any case, you will sound better with newer strings. But enough about you little problems. My girlfriend read my post about taking home groupies. She says she know how to make a garotte out of a broken D string and pieces fo a smashed guitar. Why would she want to build a little French attic, and where is would she find a smashed guitar? Puzzeled.