How Many Strings Does a Mandolin Have?


Mandolin has four pairs of strings. At the top is the thickest pair, tuned to the note G above middle C. The other pairs are tuned to D above and A above while the thinnest pair tuned to the E above. The pairs are all tuned in unison.
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1. Completely remove the old string. If it has snapped, this means unhooking and removing the ball end from the tailpiece and the top end from around the tuner by unwinding the tuner
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Most mandolins are meant to be tuned to E-A-D-G, but it is a
A variety of t tunings are used to tune a mandolin.Usually, courses of 2 adjacent strings are doubled.Most common tuning by far (GDAE)same as violin tuning. report this answer. Updated
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A Mandolin has 8 strings.
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