Does anybody know of any long-term adverse effects that wrapping a string an insufficient number of times around a peg would have on a bass? I just put new D'Addario's on my Fender Jazz last night. The E wrapped around about 2 and a half times, but the other three (which I cut some like I usually do) wrapped around the peg about 1 1/2 times. They fit good and snug, and they play and sound fine. I've just read in stringing instructions that it's supposed to wrap around more times, and it got me to wondering if stringing less than two wraps could be bad for my bass in some way. I've always assumed not, simply because the only issue would seemingly be that of tension, and I don't see how that would drastically change the tension. I know there are temporary issues of possible fret buzz/string slippage/tuning problems, but I'm not noticing anthing like that. I just wanted to run it by others to make sure I'm not doing some unnoticed long-term damage to my favorite posession on this earth I checked through the forum to see if this had been covered and didn't find anything. If it does so happen that I'm repeating an old question then I apologize.