#2
You'd need some serious nut, truss-rod and action adjustments, but yes, provided you didn't use too high a gauge.

Don't know why you'd want to though.
#3
Yea, I believe there are quite a few people who tune a 4 string BEAD

Although, I don't think its as simple as plopping four strings in there
The tension will be a lot greater, and there has to be some compensation there
---Set up of some kind
or possibly a certain gage of strings.
#4
Alot of people tune bead, why not get thicker 4 string set and do it that way.
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yeah, if you don't mind a little bit of assholery the fitz is a great person to talk to.
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Alot of people tune bead, why not get thicker 4 string set and do it that way.


You can even get 4 string sets that are specifically made for tuning BEAD. Like Rotosound Drop Zones
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