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Taylor Guitars shows their method for changing strings on 6-string, 12-string, and slotted-headstock guitars.

by Taylor Guitars
October 14, 2015

Taylor Guitars' Service Network Manager Rob Magargal explains the step-by-step process of how to properly restring your 6-string, 12-string, and slotted-headstock guitars. Taylor uses Elixir® Nanoweb strings on all of their guitars, and Rob shows you the tried-and-true Taylor method of removing and replacing those strings.

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Comments and Discussion

Posted by Bob Bowman on
If you use round core strings, as I do, you cannot cut the string before winding because the winding will loosen and you'll have dead strings. I'd think that would be a concern for any strings really.
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