Introduction: String Wallet

Using a $2 Ikea CD wallet organize and store all of your instrument stings. Optionally I used my label maker. Be sure to put an  " if found "  number inside , this is my second one.
It fits inside most instrument cases. Also use a pocket for picks.

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fersidhe (author)2012-11-28

This is a fantastic idea. I don't know what the stinky peach was alluding to, but I am so going to do this! Thanks!

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gastar (author)fersidhe2012-11-28

Thanks :)

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peach_fart (author)2011-02-09

i wouldn't recommend doing this with ernie balls and other strings in paper sleeves, because once outside air gets to them, they start to decay and lose tone

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mrmerino (author)peach_fart2011-11-10

I hate air!

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gas12 (author)peach_fart2011-02-14

What outside air?> When you buy them in bulk as I do, many different gauges they don't come in an airtight sealed bag. I would disagree with this statement anyway. If you leave them outside in the weather they might oxidize but these are safe inside your case.

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peach_fart (author)gas122011-02-16

moisture can seep in through the fabric because its not airtight. thats why string manufacturers seal strings in plastic, but i believe thats only done with full sets, not individuals. oxidation rate will vary depending on humidity, but theyll still tarnish.