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    • 2.

      Guide each string through your tailpiece, over the center of each saddle (where contact is essential), through the nut slot, then straight through the post hole.

    • 3.

      Pull the string slightly to take up any slack, then tighten down the post hole's locking nut.

    • 4.

      Cut the extra length off each string close to the post; if one string contacts another, the system may function improperly. Also, do not use any strings which have frayed wraps at the ball end (Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited will not function if any part of the string touches beyond its insulated holder), and don't let steel bottleneck slides contact the strings during tuning operations.

    • 5.

      Manually turn each tuning peg to tighten the string tension—just enough for the Piezo bridge to accurately "read" the string pitch.

    • 6.

      Let Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited take care of the rest, as we'll find out next.

    • 5.7

      All Strings Down Mode (Position = D, ID = Down Arrow)

When changing an entire set of strings, String Down Mode causes all RoboHeads to detension all strings at the same time so that you can remove them all.

      • 5.7.1

        Detuning All Strings StepbyStep

    • 1.

      Choose the Red Bank by initiating a series of brief, successive pushes on Enter until the Red Bank appears.

    • 2.

      While in the Red Bank, rotate the MCK to the D position.

    • 3.

      Push Enter for more than one second; the outer E LED shines red.

    • 4.

      All Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited strings are tuned down in pairs, until either the user leaves the String Down function by turning the MCK, or until a short circuit occurs due to a detuned string touching another string.

5.8 Single String Up Mode (Position = A, ID = Up Arrow)

This mode is useful when replacing all strings after the All Strings Down function, or replacing a broken string.

Caution: Single String Up Mode does not target any pitch but simply puts tension on the string. Do not press the MCK too many times in Step (5) below, or the string could snap from overtightening. Two or at most three presses should put enough tension on the new string for it to tune with standard tuning operations. Also, remember that no tuning functions work if any portion of the string shorts to the bridge base or adjacent strings.

      • 5.8.1

        Tuning Up Strings StepbyStep

    • 1.

      Choose the Red Bank by initiating a series of brief, successive pushes on Enter until the Red Bank appears.

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