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Old 10-11-2012, 06:33 AM   #8
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Ohio
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Originally Posted by TimothyO View Post
I know. I've told myself that once our boys move away to college I'll do that (just 7 short years from now).
Geez, why wait 7 years? It's not expensive to get in with an entry level drop weight which strings just as consistent as anything else, and speed wise, once you get it down you are talking less than 1 hour easy.... you'll more than cover the cost of an entry level stringer with just 5-6 string jobs, plus the benefit of being able to experiment with different strings and tensions, or even make a few bucks stringing for friends.... it's really not that difficult or time consuming.
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