I’d say if you are able to play for 30 minutes without having to adjust the tuning on brand new strings that is unusual. Every time I put on new strings, I am retuning them every few minutes for at least the first day, but am able to play longer without tuning the next day, and it gets better the day after that. So how new are the new strings?oyuncuumut wrote: ↑Sun Mar 04, 2018 2:28 pmThanks for all the replies. I dont think it is becaues strings are new since older strings got out of tune as quickly that's why I changed strings but they are the same. They get out of tune after playing like 30 min. or so. I use a electronic tuner so it is probably reliable. A friend of mine took the guitar from me he knows some guy I hope he can find the problem. I will update later if I can fix the problem.Thanks
Can you confirm my understanding:
No I have no problem with the lend guitar and my own guitar at home is not that bad I think, but as I said there is a problem with it sometimes there is noticible difference in tone even after playing couple of minutes (5 min maybe) but now I gave the guitar to a friend he knows a luthier so I hope he can fix it.dta721 wrote: ↑Tue Apr 10, 2018 3:42 pmCan you confirm my understanding:
1. You have an old guitar at home, it is kinda bad that you don't play it at all?
2. You now have a loaner guitar, someone lends you another guitar, and you have problem with this (loaner) guitar, not your guitar at home?
3. Was it a typo, the statement "Now I use a lend guitar but I cant take it to my house" should read "Now I use a lend guitar but I can take it to my house"?
4.Do you know if the loaner guitar has a history of tuning problem, or not? And how old is the loaner guitar, has it been played at all over the years?