#1
I got new strings but I was wondering, am i able to put in a low B string on a 4 string bass and just move the rest of the strings up 1? I wouldn't have a G but I'm just experimenting here.
#2
You'd probably need a new nut to make sure the strings don't slip out, since they're bigger than the old ones. But I don't see why it wouldn't work otherwise.
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#3
Quote by BlindSilence917
You'd probably need a new nut to make sure the strings don't slip out, since they're bigger than the old ones. But I don't see why it wouldn't work otherwise.


This, and the neck might warp a little, so truss rod adjustment will be necessary.

I put a low B on my 6 string guitar and the bridge is completely ****ed now but it was a ****ty guitar.

Other than that, it should work.