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Old 01-13-2018, 05:29 AM   #1
iiholly
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Thumbs down The stupidest things always happen to me (tuning peg problems) (nbd day)

Hey kids,

I recently decided to get back into electric guitar. I literally haven't played it for 4-5 years. I have an ibanez S370 I'm pretty happy with but someHOW one of the tuning pegs fell off in the past 4 years of dormancy. I will probably be getting something new at some point, but I'm sort of torn between getting a new violin or guitar. Also, I may just consider trying mods myself for the first time in my life, because i'm just at this nerdy stage in my life.

Anyways, is replacing tuning pegs a big deal? Are there brands and stuff I should care about? Should I just pay someone to do this? It seems like it shouldn't be that hard given the damn thing FELL off somehow/somewhere.

Is anyone ready to humor me by answering something that probably has been asked before because i'm pretty much a senior citizen at this point.
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