Re: Classical Guitars And Others
This is something like what you are seeing on the Yamaha from a different angle courtesy of the Taylor Guitar Folks.
https://www.taylorguitars.com/sites/def … k=ynki-UBr
I personally use a variation of this but more like the high E string with one "twist" before diving behind the bridge... particularly notice how each string is also "clinched" by it's neighbor. No slipping that way for sure!
Doug I am not a fan of interlacing strings like what Taylor Guitar shows. It looks nice however if you want or need to change just one string to undo two or three stings to change one is a problem. If you keep each string separate then you can change one without any problem. I have used the same string on guitars for years and still buy then in a 3 pack and enough for more than a year at a time. As good as they are once in a blue moon I will have one that just does not sound right, so I change it.
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