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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by TrevorG, Oct 22, 2020.
Making flat wounds out of rounds? But just the tops of the strings..
I'm hoping that's a joke as I have no idea what's going on here!
Guitar Center repair man.
Hey! that's me setting up my basses...
Until I hear different I am saying that he’s clueless or just making a joke. I see no reason to ever iron my strings.
Ski jump? What ski jump?
You want low action but the bass wont let you,so you resort to torture
The final step in any professional setup . Remove the wrinkles .
I worked at a GC store for a while...ahahahaha!
I find it easier to use a wood plane...
Its a Sire so its ok
Strange child. The lad is troubled.
It's 2020 - everything is possible or maybe he is just crazy.
Crank it up through an SVT.
Making ground wounds.
What happens when your check bounces for your bass upgrade! Wait, is that Chumley?
Using an iron to heat the strings causes the windings to relax and the subsequent cooling retightens them at the string tension realigning the chronosynclasticity thereby enhancing mojotility.
But it doesn't work very well with nylon tapewound strings.
Wait, it's a lefty, but he's ironing with his right hand...is that the problem?
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