#1
Well, basically i play a half scalloped Ibanez GRG270 Bkn with a blocked trem. It's strung with the bottom half of D'Addario Medium Top / Heavy Bottom .030-.042-.052 for chunky low's and mid's and the upper half off Ernie Ball Super Slinkys .009-.011-.016 for clear high's and smooth bend's without fretting out.

As im still learning i play a whole lot of different styles in a lot of different tunings, this means i tune my guitar about 3 times per session.

My concern is that my neck might twist due to the difference in string tension between the upper and bottom 3 strings. Also, is excessively tuning the guitar harmfull to the neck?

Sorry for the bigass question
#2
it should be allright, if you notice any change in the neck all you need to do is give the truss rod a little adjustment
#3
You're neck will be completely fine
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