#1
I don't know why, but my low e string, a 0.48, is sounding much twangier than my old guitars low e string, which is 0.48 as well.

It is also like this on the other strings, slightly, the e string and the b string are fine, all the others aren't like my old one, but aren't half as twangy.

How do I fix this?

Sorry if I sound like a complete noob but I have never really gone into this kind of a problem before.
#5
Sorry dude, you can't fix Twang, Its viral... We can vaccinate you before you get it, but the only thing you can do now is learn some Buck Owens....

James
#9
Wednesday is still very recent it's most probably that they havn't been worn in still. It could take a day or so longer just try and do some string bends.
#11
the string type may be the problem I went through 3 sets before I found the right set. go to the shop that sells that guitar and ask them what is the best.