#1
Not really, just I seem to have lost a TON of ability since my high e string snapped off (Like, 2 or 3 days ago)


I could play Paul Gilbert's alternate picking exercise without toruble, perfectly.

The pattern is:

D---10-12-13---13-12-10
G---------------10-----------


Could this be because the high E snapped, the rest of the strings became more tense in order to keep the neck from warping due to lack of tension? (Does that even make sense? lol)

Or, is it because I'm not used to missing the high E, and it's just awkward for my left hand to play

OR, is it because I just went from being able to quickly alternate pick really well, to being terrible at it.
Quote by satchgear
I tried it out in store.

Great neck, nice n light, good tuning stability. Overall a good guitar. I didn't but it cause I generally only buy guitars over a grand now.
#2
...what? Replace the string if it snapped.
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#3
Its cause the string is gone. Happened to me once, i felt like ****.
You need to replace it as soon as possible.
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#4
Quote by V.U.K


Could this be because the high E snapped, the rest of the strings became more tense in order to keep the neck from warping due to lack of tension? (Does that even make sense? lol)


this
#5
Quote by Fatal Instinct
...what? Replace the string if it snapped.


I have to wait until tommorow


On the brightside, I'm upgrading to a set of EB LTHB or some sort of 11 - 52 set.
Quote by satchgear
I tried it out in store.

Great neck, nice n light, good tuning stability. Overall a good guitar. I didn't but it cause I generally only buy guitars over a grand now.