#2
Yes, but it will be easy to correct.
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#3
If the string is lighter, it'll require less distance to reach the same note won't it? So, probably, adjust it with that in mind

But I don't know because I've never bothered that much about my strings, i don't even remember what strings Ive got now
#4
Quote by voodoochild23
If the string is lighter, it'll require less distance to reach the same note won't it? So, probably, adjust it with that in mind

But I don't know because I've never bothered that much about my strings, i don't even remember what strings Ive got now


that's really nothing to do with intonation. lighter strings require less tension to get the same note and are therefore slacker and easier to bend.

intonation is all about keeping the guitar in tune all the way up the neck by adjusting individual string lengths at the bridge.
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#5
you should check the intonation everytime you change strings, so yes
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