#1
hello everyone
I think that my e and B string are too floppy and when i bend the string it goes up but a lot more than ussualy, i use a tuner and i tune up the steing but it stills floppy, what can i do? It is a squier and it has like 2 years of use.
I'll try to change the strings but i don't think that will help.
It started hapening when i putted an acoustic guitar string thanks! For the help!
#3
did you use a chromatic tuner?
If so, make sure you tune to the right e and b pitch.
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#4
Quote by DinoSpect...
hello everyone
I think that my e and B string are too floppy and when i bend the string it goes up but a lot more than ussualy, i use a tuner and i tune up the steing but it stills floppy, what can i do? It is a squier and it has like 2 years of use.
I'll try to change the strings but i don't think that will help.
It started hapening when i putted an acoustic guitar string thanks! For the help!

Take the acoustic string(s) off.
Take any other old strings off.
Put new, electric guitar strings on it..probably guage 9.
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#5
If the string feels floppy and loose to you, and the string is tuned to pitch, the only real solution is to go with thicker strings. Try stepping up a gauge next time you re-string.
#6
Change your strings. If that doesn't work, just get a new guitar. If it's a Squier (depending on the model) there's probably SOMETHING wrong with it.
#8
Quote by DinoSpect...
hello everyone
I think that my e and B string are too floppy and when i bend the string it goes up but a lot more than ussualy, i use a tuner and i tune up the steing but it stills floppy, what can i do? It is a squier and it has like 2 years of use.
I'll try to change the strings but i don't think that will help.
It started hapening when i putted an acoustic guitar string thanks! For the help!


There's your problem right there. Change your strings, with ELECTRIC strings.
#9
Take of the Acoustic strings and put on some electric guitar strings. Put on some DR's 9's or 10's.
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