False. Old strings don’t sound very good, don’t stay in tune as well, start to feel sticky, and will actually impede your playing. Old and dead strings can also start to build up oil and dirt, and damage your guitar’s frets and fretboard. Do yourself and your guitar a favor, and change your strings regularly --- Or we’ll have to call up our friend Russ at the GPA (Guitar Protection Agency). And nobody wants that.
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- How often should I change my strings?
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- What are your 80/20 Brass Acoustic Strings made from?
- What are your Bass Strings made from?
- What’s the best way to change my strings?