#1
Once i am used to this acoustic that i have, which has high action and .11 strings, will switching to an electric with very low action and .10 strings be like switching from a 50 pound weight to a 10 pound one, or will it mess me up?
#2
You should be fine, just make sure that when you're playing the electric that you're not fretting too hard and causing the notes to go sharp.
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#3
What Zaphod_Beeblebr said is true. You shouldn't have an issue. It may take a little getting used to though.
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#4
It's not good to have a low action, but you'll adjust. I played acoustic and when i got my electric it was overall easier to play (after i got used to play on electric).
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It's not good to have a low action, but you'll adjust. I played acoustic and when i got my electric it was overall easier to play (after i got used to play on electric).


a low action isnt bad, its about preference, i prefer a lower action because it helps me play faster and more seamlessly, some people prefer higher action for a better tone