#2
Have you changed the gauge of the strings? If yes, with a truss rod adjustment you should be fine. If that's not the case you can just raise a little bit the action.
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#3
The strings will rattle for a bit before they get worn in.
Did you change string guage? Because that would definitely affect it. If you did you may need to adjust the action or the truss rod.
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#4
if you changed the gauge of string, you need to go back to the same gauge you had on it before you restrung it
#5
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if you changed the gauge of string, you need to go back to the same gauge you had on it before you restrung it


Errm... No

He could just set up his guitar for the new string guage.
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#7
There's your problem then! If they're that new then they're bound to rattle!
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