Step 8: Stringing your Guitar Part 3: Treble Strings
5.We now come to yet another confusing peg: the 3rd tuning peg.
For the last three strings (the treble strings) rather than measuring one tuning peg's distance, you're going to want to measure 1.5 tuning peg's distance.
So for the 3rd tuning peg, do what you did in 4. of the last step, but rather than moving your hand to the 5th tuning peg, or in this case, the 2nd tuning peg, move your hand to the 1st tuning peg and measure 1.5 tuning peg's distance from there.
Tighten the TREBLE strings by turning the pegs AWAY from the top of the headstock, in other words, to the RIGHT.
Do the same with the next two strings.
AND FOR THE TREBLE STRINGS, YOU ARE GOING TO WANT 5-6 WRAPS AROUND THE TUNING PEGS (see last picture for clarification)
(People will have different opinions about this, so be sure to give input.)
Keep the bottom-most wraps of the treble strings below the edge of the tuner holes to avoid creating a kink, which could break the string.