#1
Is it wrong to remove the low B on a 5-string so I can play 4-string style? Will it warp the neck?
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#2
i think id just keep it on dude. i play a four string, but my friend has a five. i d go over to her house and play it, and it was weird at first, but you get used to it. i dont see any advantages to taking off the lowest string.
#4
But why would you do it?


There is no 4 string style or 5 string style, there is only bass, and those to weak to learn it...

What movie is that from? (replace "bass" with "power" and "learn" with "seek")
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#5
Quote by biga29
But why would you do it?


There is no 4 string style or 5 string style, there is only bass, and those to weak to learn it...

What movie is that from? (replace "bass" with "power" and "learn" with "seek")


That would be one of the Harry Potter movies. I really hate those movies...

But, on topic, just keep the fifth string and use it as a thumb rest so if you actually do need it, it's still there.
#6
I played a gig with a five stringer with only four strings on it.
It was just after I bought the 5er and I wasn't used to playing it.
However, I would say soldier on and keep learning with the 5 strings on, eventually it'll get alot more comfortable.
#7
Aight, I'm not planning on removing it, I was just wondering. Thanks everyone for your replies. I love the 5th string.
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2. Natural Science
3. The Main Monkey Business
4. Vital Signs
5. Subdivisions



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