#1
I just got a new guitar and I noticed that the B string was noticeably thicker than the G string. The strings are I believe Custom Gauge 2223 Slinky. Is this supposed to be? And is it safe to switch the strings even though the ends at the tuners have already been cut?
#2
You won't be able to restring it with the old strings...
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#3
I always re-string new guitars. Regardless of whether I buy them new or used. I'm fairly particular about my strings, so it is the first step toward getting comfortable with a new guitar.
#4
Quote by xGoozx
I just got a new guitar and I noticed that the B string was noticeably thicker than the G string. The strings are I believe Custom Gauge 2223 Slinky. Is this supposed to be? And is it safe to switch the strings even though the ends at the tuners have already been cut?


Whoever strung it probably switched the B and the G strings. Don't try to reuse them. Get rid of them and put a new set on.
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