#1
I was putting a set of regular slinky which is 46 36 26 17 13 10 and I broke the 10 so is it ok if I use a 9?
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#3
Its only one step. 9 will be fine, may just feel slightly thinner. TBH, when i go from regular slinkys to super slinkys i can't feel that much of a difference. You wont do any damage to your guitar or anything, so go ahead!
#4
Can someone help me I don't I understand I'm trying to tune my 9 string to e but it's getting really tight like it's about to break when it's on c
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#5
Quote by NIN1993
Can someone help me I don't I understand I'm trying to tune my 9 string to e but it's getting really tight like it's about to break when it's on c


Just keep going, if it snaps again, then you are either tightening it way too fast, or you have a bur in the saddle that is cutting the string before it can be tuned properly.

I always hate tuning the high e, it always feels like it'll snap, but it wont, if you just tune it to E, you go above E and it'll snap. I think F is the most you can push it, any farther and it's guaranteed to snap.
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Quote by NIN1993
Can someone help me I don't I understand I'm trying to tune my 9 string to e but it's getting really tight like it's about to break when it's on c


Are you using a guitar with a floating bridge?
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