#1
Ok so this is a really noobish question, but I just got an MIA strat for christmas and it came with the factor bullets which I'm pretty sure are 9's. I have some 10's (regular slinky's) in my case and I was just wondering if I put those on will it give me any fret buzz? I have no idea how to mess with the action on a strat, I've been playing an SG for the past year, so help would be appreciated! (I also don't want to mess with the truss rod)

Thanks!
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#2
you might have to slightly adjust the action, other then that you should be fine

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#3
If anything, with the increased tension you'll get less buzz. Still though, if you don't know how to do it, send it to your local shoppe to have it set for 10s.
#4
you probably won't have to do anything like that, unless the action is really low as it is.

and yes, more than likely the stock strings are 9 gauge
#5
Cool, thanks a lot guys
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#6
if your guitar has the whammy bar then it might open up the mouth tho because there is more tension coming thru the strings than the springs and thus the bar would keep dipping as you tighten up. wich is easily fixable by tightening up the springs
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