How to Change Violin Strings in 3 min?

Tools Required:
1) Tweezers
2) Violin string or strings (depending on how many violin strings are broken)

Here are the names of the violin strings from left to right: G, D, A, E

Installation Steps-
1) Use tweezers to remove broken violin string
2) Add new violin string into the peg hole (this is a small hole on the peg)
3) Now, begin turning the peg- if possible- try to criss-cross the strings so the strings completely lock in place
4) Make sure the violin string does not touch any other violin string
5) Hook the violin string to the tailpiece (below the violin bridge)
6) Make sure violin bridge did not bend forward (violin bridge must always be perpendicular or 90 degrees from the base of the violin)
7) Now, tune the strings back to pitch and the violin is ready to be played

Installation tips-
1) When changing a violin string, the violin bridge may shift forward and fall since violin bridges are not glued down. To avoid this from happening, make sure that the violin bridge is always perpendicular (or 90 degrees) from the base of the violin

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