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Go to your iTunes preferences and select "manually manage music.......". Then make sure you only select "Tones" from the side menu when you have your 4s connected. Grab the new ringtone and drop it into the "Tones" on your 4s. That will not remove any of your music or other ringtones that you have on the phone and will add the new ringtone. That's how I add new ringtones to my 5c.

Of course before doing anything to your iPhone always back it up first to your computer and also to iCloud. If you accidentally mess up, you can always restore it. By the way, I'm on iOS 7.1.1 but it should be the same even for iOS 6.
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