In the first part of this two-part tutorial, Justin goes over how to know when to change your electric guitar strings and of course, how to do it. As you may guess, you'll have to start by removing the existing strings! Part 1 of 2 - How to Change strings on an electric guitar ...more
In this video, we learn how to change the strings on the erhu. First, loosen and remove the inner string. After this, take and unwind the new inner string. Then, take the end with the loop and put it through the Qianjing. Then, loop it in the screw at the bottom of the erhu. T ...more
In this three part tutorial, learn how to change your strings on a guitar with a fixed bridge. A strat guitar is used in this example, but this method can be applied to any guitar with a fixed bridge. Part 1 of 3 - How to Change strings on a guitar with a fixed bridge. Part 2 ...more
Changing guitar strings is a skill every guitar player should master. This instructional video demonstrates how to change the guitar strings on your acoustic guitar. It's helpful to use a guitar stand throughout the process, but improvised equipment is easy to employ as well. ...more
In this video, I describe and show how to change strings on an upright double bass instrument. Several important thing that should be considered: First of all, don't change all strings at once, as this could damage your instrument if the sound post falls or changes position. S ...more
In this two part video you'll learn how to change a G string on an acoustic guitar. Of course, besides learning how to change the string, Justin explains how to know WHEN to change them. Part 1 of 2 - How to Change strings on an acoustic guitar. Part 2 of 2 - How to Change st ...more
New to the ukulele and looking for advice on how to change your strings? If so, you're in luck: This video tutorial offers a guide to minimizing setup time (and so maximizing playing time) when changing strings on a ukulele. Learn how to setup your uke with this handy how-to.
Tapping and changing strings gets a hair more difficult. Here's one way of making this happen. Once you learn the premise I’m sure you can come up with more. Start tapping at the 17th fret - 2nd string, pulling off to the 12 fret - 2nd string, and hammering on to the 15th fret ...more