#1
well i got my new strings put on yesterday but i noticed me high e string cannot bend well anymore... it can bend just the very little bit and then the note just.. dies?
#3
What are you string gauges?
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#5
Like the sting is fretting out n goin dead at a certain point?
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#6
You might have nudged the action on your bridge while changing (I've done the same with mine) - putting the strings closer to the fret wire - which could be causing string choking at certain frets.
Try bending at different frets, and see where the problem areas are. If it's a matter of the action being too low at certain points, you may want to raise it slightly.

Other than that, it could be that you've changed the string gauge/size and aren't accustomed to the weight - or they just haven't set into that ''comfort zone'' yet. Stretch them out evenly across the neck, and see if that affects it.
#7
boil your strings first to get the stretch out of them, THEN put them on, I always do this, and as said before, It might just be the tention of the new strings.
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You might have nudged the action on your bridge while changing (I've done the same with mine) - putting the strings closer to the fret wire - which could be causing string choking at certain frets.
Try bending at different frets, and see where the problem areas are. If it's a matter of the action being too low at certain points, you may want to raise it slightly.

Other than that, it could be that you've changed the string gauge/size and aren't accustomed to the weight - or they just haven't set into that ''comfort zone'' yet. Stretch them out evenly across the neck, and see if that affects it.



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boil your strings first to get the stretch out of them, THEN put them on, I always do this, and as said before, It might just be the tention of the new strings.

ffs...ts, ignore this old wives tale.
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