#1
I am thinking of moving up from 9's to 10's.

Should I get my guitar setup when I change strings?
#2
It might throw out the action a little bit because the gauge is a bit thicker but it shouldn't be too different.

It's up to you, but I definitely would if you went from 9's to like 12's for example.
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#3
yeah, it probably won't make much difference.
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#4
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I am thinking of moving up from 9's to 10's.

Should I get my guitar setup when I change strings?


If the nut doesn't need any additional work, do the setup yourself. It's not that hard and it'll save you bunch of money.
#5
def. set it up.
i set mine up every couple of months. its part of good guitar maintenance.
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#6
You'll need to adjust the intonation at the bridge/saddles. The truss rod probably won't need tweaking because the difference in tension is negligable - unless your guitar is super finnicky - like an SG. Any higher than 10's, though, and you'll probably need to do the truss as well. The nut won't need any changing because going from 9s to 10s is negligible as far as string width goes.
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