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Changed strings and developed a wolf tone
Do different brand strings on an instrument cause wolf tones and other brands not? I changed strings on my Goronok, aka Belle. I now have a wolf tone on my D string, when playing F# in first position
September 27, 2019 - 8:28 pm
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I do not know all that much about wolf tones except the eliminator does need to rest on the string that is next to it and on the left (lower) side. I do not know about positioning.
You may need to check with a string instrument professional repair. There may be alternatives that I do not know about.
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