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Old 01-25-2013, 09:32 AM   #5
Irvin
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Originally Posted by mr_fro2000 View Post
They were actually slipping. So I kept removing and turning the dial until it stopped.
Now think about what that did to your string. Each time the string slip in the clamp it eats into the string. Best to have your clamps adjusted right before you start so you don't damage the string while stringing. Like I said it takes practice to get the feel of the right pressure so your string doesn't slip and isn't crushed. Make sure your clamps are clean.
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