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    Default Changing strings on a Resonator

    I have this Mya Moe Resonator I plan to try out different strings. It is currently strung with original Mya Moe high G. I want to try Low G. Any suggestions? I have experimented on numerous strings for "regular" Ukes but never on a Resonator. Same rules still applied?

    I think Resonator has floating saddle, so do I need to change strings one at a time so the puck won't move?

    Thanks for any help.
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    Joseph

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    If it's a floating bridge, definitely one at a time.
    Geoff Walker

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    Thank you Campbell and Geoff.
    A day without playing uke is a day not well lived.

    Joseph

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