My brother is picking up violin again after 3.5 years, but when he went to change his strings, he realized that he accidently got a ball E instead of a loop E. It had been a few months since he ordered the strings, so I don't know that they'd do an exchange. Is there a way to pop the ball out to convert it to a loop E, or would it be better to just order a new string? I don't want him to take the fine tuner off because he's at school in the mountains, where its considerably higher elevation than here, much drier, and MUCH cooler, and I don't want him breaking any strings.
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