This is just normal and not to do with Savarez; any nylon strings will go sharp when warmed up from playing. Is it cold/cool where you are and/or where you store the guitar? If so it would be more noticeable as you bring the strings' temperature up from playing and from bringing the guitar into a warmer room.
MessyTendon wrote: ↑Sat Jul 01, 2017 11:47 pmLuck of the draw. Maybe they are worn. If you play heavily and I mean actual hours of study, three weeks is not out of the norm. The other tweak you might try is to retie them reverse the bottom to top assuming you left enough string to work with.
I often leave all the dangly bits and coil them up...after awhile I re-tie them the other way around. It adds some sparkle and life back to old strings.
Try that and see if you get better pitch stability. If you like a good old nylon sound without bells and whistles, I can suggest trying GHS Muriel Andersen signature strings. They come with the ball ends already melted at the end...kind of a nice feature. Also they are half the price of Savarez, if you like them consider it a 2 for one deal...
I really don't understand the Savarez premiums they charge. I can get comparable materials fro half price. GHS is said to be Titanium trebles...most likely a fancy name for Dupont Tynex....most all the big names are just using some form of nylon mono filament material then doing the extruding...
So really, for what it's worth, I say try them because they are half the price and likely the same materials.
I often retune two or three times before things stabilise. I find 10 cent out between 3rd and 4th string quite noticeable.
Thanks for contributing. On your first guitar, which trebles did you use after taking the Savarez off?