Regardless of whether your ukulele has metal or nylon strings, it pays to get into great restringing propensities. All things considered, it is prudent to ensure that you coordinate the headstock far from yourself, as you would prefer not to be in the immediate line of flame on the off chance that one of your strings happens to break!

There are many kinds of ukulele out there! Some have tuning pegs to the side, as on a guitar, while others have the tuning pegs confronting in reverse. Some have standard scaffolds, while others have tie-bar spans. 

Baritone ukuleles regularly have a blend of the wound (metal) and nylon strings, and tenor ukuleles may likewise have a couple of wound strings. Remember this as you may need to change our restringing manual to suit your ukulele. If you are not sure how to tune it, check out some guides at SoundChime.com

Restringing Steps

  • Loosen the string until the point when it slides effortlessly off the tuning peg. In the event that you are uncertain which course to turn the peg, cull the string while at the same time turning the peg one way. If the pitch goes down, you are doing it right. Expel the string from the tuning peg when it is free enough.

Tip: To make twisting quicker, might want to think about acquiring a string winder. These are cheap, and simple to utilize!

  • Carefully expel the string out from the bridge. What strategy you use will rely upon what kind of bridge you have.

Standard Bridge: Your string has a knot on the end that holds it set up at the scaffold. For this situation, your string should be slid off, parallel to the body of the ukulele. Once in a while, the string can get wedged in firmly, so it might take some time and persistence to persuade the string out.

Tie-Bar Bridge: Your string is fastened to the bridge, as the name says. You should cautiously unfasten the string from the bridge, pushing the free end of the string into the bunch until the point that it slackens enough for you to loosen it totally.

  • Now that your old string is separated from your ukulele and disposed of, you are prepared to string your new string.

Standard Bridge: To join a string when your ukulele has a standard bridge, first tie a knot in one end of the string, leaving a tail around an inch long. Tie another knot in the string, at the same point as the principal tie, ideally turning around the second one. Slip the twofold bunch you have made into the indent at the scaffold, where your old string was connected. Ensure the string is sitting easily in the indent by pulling the string towards the headstock of the ukulele. Force the string so you make a lot of pressure, to watch that the twofold knot will hold. When you saw that the knot will hold, you can remove the string over from the score and trim off the overabundance string underneath the knot, leaving 5mm or so under it in the event that it slips a bit. At that point set the string back in the indent.

Tie-Bar Bridge: Slide one end of the string into the little gap at the scaffold, embedding the string with the goal that the end turns out the base. Slide the string through the opening until the point that you have around an inch and a half of length turning out the end. Take the end of the string that you have strung through and circle up and behind the string at the top. At that point, circle the end of the string under the length of string that keeps running over the scaffold somewhere around twice (ideally multiple times) previously pulling the end of the string out the base with the goal that the loops tighten.

    • Now that the string is secured at the bridge, you can keep on attaching the string at the headstock of the ukulele. Slip the opposite end of the string through the metal gap in the tuning peg, pulling the greater part of the abundant string through the opening. Draw the string instructed, and start tightening it with the tuning peg. You can press the string down with your finger in the space between nut and the tuning peg, so the string twists on down towards the base of the peg.
    • Snip off the overabundance closes at the highest point of the string by the headstock with your wire cutters or scissors. For ukuleles with the tie-bar bridge, you can now additionally clip the overabundance off at the scaffold as well.
  • Now that your new strings are on your ukulele, you can start tuning your ukulele.