Detuning

Discussion in 'Performing Arts' started by Any Color You Like, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. Any Color You Like

    Any Color You Like Senior Member

    I bought a new guitar and it detunes quite quickly. What makes a guitar detune and is there any way I can make it not detune?
     
  2. Nalencer

    Nalencer Dig Yourself

    How much experience do you have with guitars?

    If the strings are new, try stretching them. That is, fret the string at about the 12th fret, then pull on the section between there and the bridge. Where you would normally pick the strings. Then move down to the 9th, 7th, 5th,etc. I usually do it on each marked fret. If they're not new, I can't really help you.
     
  3. Alternative_Thinker

    Alternative_Thinker Darth Mysterious

    Yes, I, too, would say stretch them strings.
     
  4. Any Color You Like

    Any Color You Like Senior Member

    Yes it's new strings. Oh and I've been playing for six month...
     
  5. SLammon420

    SLammon420 Senior Member

    Well, since they're new, yes stretch them like he said. If they are still going out of tune, get everything on the headstock checked out and a shop like the nut and tuning heads.
     

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