Re: Holiday Travel...With Guitar?



On Nov 25, 12:53 pm, "Lumpy" <lu...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Stephen Calder wrote:
But the effect of the force of impact can be reduced by loosening the
strings. It's a fine distinction. But it's well known that neck
breakages are less likely with loose strings, and there is a physical
reason.

Well known by who?

You mean "by whom?"


As far as I know, it's another "what key is SHA".

What does that mean? Another common question about which there is no
consensus? I don't think so.

It's difficult to find an article on flying with a guitar or
transporting one by air that does not advise loosening the strings.

--Stephen
Ballina, Australia
.



Relevant Pages

  • Re: OpenSSH: spaces in user name
    ... >> computer exists to make work easier for people. ... There is no reason why those strings can't be any Unicode ... strings and overloading the space character, ...
    (comp.security.ssh)
  • Re: OpenSSH: spaces in user name
    ... >> computer exists to make work easier for people. ... BU> are overloading the space. ... There is no reason why those strings can't be any Unicode ...
    (comp.security.ssh)
  • long(Decimal) performance
    ... using strings like in decimal.py (that reason would be bound to bite me ... elif number._isinfinity: ... if "e" in longstring: ...
    (comp.lang.python)
  • Re: Relative merits of Lisp-1 vs. Lisp-2?
    ... show that your stated reason for not offering better support for your ... hacky strings introduce fundamental incompatibilities into the language, ...
    (comp.lang.lisp)
  • Re: can one use o.method() in Fortran OO ?
    ... of any length, but most languages don't. ... Perhaps there's a reason for that, and perhaps it's a good one. ... than character strings. ... candidates for new intrinsic types. ...
    (comp.lang.fortran)