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Interesting video on how to make old strings sound new.

Discussion in 'Strings [BG]' started by inri222, Oct 30, 2013.

  1. inri222

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  2. InsaneBassninja

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    I seen his video before I'll try it with my BRAND NEW SIX STRING(Only I don't know how much use was in the strings those before me). Why Caps lock no clue its one of those days.
  3. elBandito

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    Tried it on a few basses, and it works as long as the strings aren't too dead.
  4. phangtonpower

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    I could have sworn I saw this same thread a few weeks ago.

    I haven't tried it yet, but that's because I like flats or dead rounds :p
  5. inri222

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    I tried it and it works, though not as good as my usual routine of soaking the strings overnight in acetone.
    Good to do in a situation where you are pressed for time.

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