#1
Is going from 9's to 10's on your guitar bad for them because i have some ernie ball skinny top,heavy bottom 10's and i have spome 9's on my guitar right now.

my guitar btw is a jackson rr3
Guitars:

1998 Squier Affinity Stratocaster

Amps:

Peavey Valve king 112

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#2
It's not bad, but you will have to reset your FR again because it will have a different tension.
#3
no, it isnt going to be bad for it. you may want to do a few small adjustments, but ive usually found that going from 9s to 10s doesnt really require any changes. if i were you i would visit the setup thread after changing your strings and just running through it quickly. well, action, intonation and the like, dont do truss rod quickly. you may not even need any adjustments, but give it a quick once over just in case.


EDIT: oh, with a FR you are going to want to spend a bit more time setting it up, but once again it shouldnt really be too tough.
#4
that's what I thought...just loosen the trem screws in the cavity right?
Guitars:

1998 Squier Affinity Stratocaster

Amps:

Peavey Valve king 112

Money is just paper, but it affects people like poetry.
#5
Quote by williamdllr
that's what I thought...just loosen the trem screws in the cavity right?



No, tighten. Your going to a higher gauge, so you'll be adding more tension tot he strings, so you'll have to add more tension to the springs.
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