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Bummer, starise, sorry to hear that 🙁
The Warhal Ambers are not particularly high tension:
Is there any visible damage to your peg or peg hole? Is that the same peg that was in there before (sorry for asking obvious questions but when I'm bummed, I sometimes overlook the obvious.)
bocaholly, Thank you for looking closer at the Warchal strings. I had all of the pegs completely out so it likely isn't the same peg. Maybe they weren't all the same size?
No work was done top the violin as far as I know. It was sold to me as brand new.
They are all out of the same instrument but I probably mixed them up.
steveduf, I will make sure to see how the string is wound too. Thanks for that idea. I keep hoping it's something simple like that.
For future reference, only remove one string at a time. Pegs should remain where they are. Also, you are more likely to keep the sound post in place.
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