#1
Could I use 0.013 for my high E and B strings? Since 0.013 is the high E in a super heavy string set and it is also the B string in a light set. This would be on a floyd rose bridge. Has anyone done this? I tried and on the high E (0.013) the note was at around B and it was already very tight. I didn't tune it all the way to E incase it would break.
Last edited by Boxxxed at Sep 11, 2009,
#2
You probably could in theory but why would you want to?
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You probably could in theory but why would you want to?


Because I broke my regular high E and I don't have anymore and I NEED to play tonight
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Because I broke my regular high E and I don't have anymore and I NEED to play tonight


Well by all means go for it but if you have an FR then it'll be a bastard to set up and your intonation will be quite a way out of whack no matter what guitar you have.
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Well by all means go for it but if you have an FR then it'll be a bastard to set up and your intonation will be quite a way out of whack no matter what guitar you have.



This ^
#6
I've done it.

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