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Typically all 6-string guitars are tuned EADGBE. Tuning them to a higher or lower pitch may tighten or loosen the strings incorrectly. Judging by the bridge and pegs, it looks as though this specific guitar has steel strings. Your string may have broken due to the quick tension that was put on it. New strings usually need slow stretching and can pop even if ...


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25" is about a normal guitar string speaking length, so standard strings will do - .010 set would be normal. The 36" sounds like a bass guitar length, and certainly wouldn't have 6 strings as a kid's instrument! Since the 36" is half as long again, doing some maths may give a gauge, but it would depend a lot on how it gets tuned. This is all dependent on ...


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You can think of an open minor tuning D-A-D-F-A-D or in other words E string a whole step down A string as is D string as is G string down a whole step B string down a whole step High E down a whole step. That would give an open minor D chord. You can then go for the first finger on the G (F now) string to make a F# and turn the whole thing into a Major ...



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