Violin Pegs Keep Slipping
Congratulations on your new violin!
Slipping pegs is a common problem. The wood that the pegs are made of and the wood of the pegbox both change according to how humid the weather is, the temperature, and so on.
There are products especially for making pegs stick a little better. Typically, these are called "peg dope" or "peg compound". This is stuff that you put a drop or two of onto the part of the peg that contacts the pegbox wood hole. You will need to loosen the peg and pull it out of the hole a little bit, before dripping a little of the peg dope on it.
You don't want to put too much on. This stuff works:
The String Centre Peg Drops
I have a question about violin pegs I hope you can answer?
I bought a used violin a few weeks ago, the bottom peg of the left side keeps slipping and unwinding. UGHHHHH frustrating!
How can we fix this please?