#1
Will it warp your neck to tune between standard and drop C frequently? And when I say frequently, I mean like have it on drop C for a day or two and then switch back to standard. Help?
equipment:
Gibson SG Special ltd.
Peavey JF2EX
Fender Kingman SCE
Vox AD30Vt
Line6 Spider III 150

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#3
it wont warp the neck, but you may get tuning problems and the strings will break more easily.
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#4
Shouldn't hurt it. Just make sure you have it set up the right way, and that you have the right strings for the job. Look into ernie ball power slinkys. I use the 11-48 set and it'll work fine for drop c with enough slack for standard.
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#5
Thank you!
equipment:
Gibson SG Special ltd.
Peavey JF2EX
Fender Kingman SCE
Vox AD30Vt
Line6 Spider III 150

Quote by Philip_pepper

Be sure to be able to recite at least one Shakespeare quote before and after each song.

Out loud, or in your head, it's up to you.
#6
just get another guitar...

money may be tight but even a cheap-o argos guitar or a supermarket guitar
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