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Martin Guitar | Restringing Your Acoustic Guitar

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A helpful tutorial on how to easily change the strings on your acoustic guitar.

by Martin Guitar
November 18, 2018
Martin Guitar’s Mike Zehner walks you through an easy, step-by-step process of how to change the strings on your acoustic guitar.

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