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Trim guitar strings

Trim guitar strings
  1. How long should you cut your guitar strings?
  2. Why do you cut guitar strings?
  3. What do I do if my guitar strings are too high?

How long should you cut your guitar strings?

Anywhere between 2-4 windings will be plenty and, so long as you are restringing your guitar in a conventional way, this should ensure that you have enough tension in your string to maintain your tuning and avoid any string slippage.

Why do you cut guitar strings?

The reason people in tutorials often cut the guitar strings is because they are often professionals whose goal is to change a set of strings as fast as possible. They aren't concerned with re-using the strings. But in your case, yes, you can definitely re-use the strings.

What do I do if my guitar strings are too high?

If the action is too low, you will hear string buzzing. Guitar action is important to get right because it can completely change how a guitar feels to play. If your guitar's action is too high, your fingers need to push the strings down really far before they come into contact with the strings.

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