#1
Hey guys,

I just bought .9 strings instead of the .10s I always use.
Now I was wondering if I needed to adjust the truss rod for that?

thanks!
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#2
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#6
well i usually seem to go in the opposite direction, ie 9's to 10's.

i've done it on 4 guitars so far and truss rod adjustment has not been necessary. what i have had to do is adjust the floating bridge position by tightening the screws holding the trem claw in the cavity at the back. if you have a fixed bridge, no probs.

for peace of mind, measure the neck relief after you put the new strings on. to check on neck relief measurement and truss rod adjustment, have a look at the set up thread in this forum.
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