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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by scout2112, Jan 16, 2019.
Does it have to be a cold teaspoon?
Just count to...oh, too late.
Uh, yeah that's the reason for that half oval cut in the receiving end of a string winder. Most all of them have it. I know all my cheapo Dunlop winders do.
Embarrassingly, it took me a few years to notice that myself.
This is a family forum!!
LMAO!! Talk about click bait,,,
The little notch in the string winder.
BigDaddy, you are baaaad. Nice looking fam.
I push them up with a coin.
Heh, that's just something I found on the Interwebs. Two kids and *snip* for me!
If they're stubborn, I tap them out with a screwdriver handle from the inside.
Best thread title ever.
Thanks for the correction...
But, you still baaaad.
Early and often.
(I'll show myself out)
I'm going to just go ahead and sit this one out, for the safety of my continuing posting privileges.
I unliked your post, then. While I'm grumbling around about that, I'll add that poo-poo pee-pee ca-ca thread titles for ordinary topics like removing string pegs are a low form of humor to start with, and the joke quickly wears thin. Get off my lawn allay'all.
I'm beginning to suspect you are not William Carlos Williams...
Yes, get a wire cutter/winder with puller. Using dykes will eventually dent your bridge etc.
Wow. How am I just learning this? I've been carrying a bent fork around in my guitar case for 15 years.