Here's the deal: Saturday, I was playing my Czechtor (Euro Spector) and I noticed that my D string kept on going out of tune every minute or so. After about 10 minutes, my D string just snapped (and I wasn't playing hard at all). I just went to the local guitar store today and my dad bought a set of strings and a replacement string. While I put on the new D string, it got snapped. I then opened the new pack and succesfully replaced the string, making sure that it had multiple windings without putting too much pressure (the cause of the earlier string to snap). So an hour later, I was practicing again, and my E string did the same sh*t as the D string, except much faster. I replaced it promptly. Then I went back to playing again. Then the D string started going out of tune...and eventually came flying out at me. As far as I know, the string didn't snap. It now is on its stand with the auto-unstringing D string. My dad says he will take it to the shop tomorrow. But what I want to know is what the problem was. At first, I thought it was b/c I didn't wind the string nearly enough, but the second time the D string "broke" pretty much proves that theory wrong. Is there something wrong with the tuners? I checked the gaskets, but they appear to be fine to me? I just have no idea what happened and I sure as hell do not want to go through this again!!!!