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How do I wind up my strings correctly at the peg end?
1. Overlap each string a maximum of two times.
2. Wind the string around the peg at least three to five times.
3. Use graphite at the nut of saddle and bridge to avoid friction and a tugged in string in the notches of both.
4. Avoid winding the string around the peg with the outer windings. This can cause breakage.