#1
Hey guys,
I just took out my old guitar strings out of my guitar and before I put new ones on I have a question.

Am I supposed to adjust the Truss rod and the bridge hight before or after I add the new strings?

Thanks
#3
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Hey guys,
I just took out my old guitar strings out of my guitar and before I put new ones on I have a question.

Am I supposed to adjust the Truss rod and the bridge hight before or after I add the new strings?

Thanks


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#4
you don't NEED to do either if it was alright before. Unless they're a different gauge or whatever
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#7
Put the new strings on, tune them up, then make any adjustments.

There's no point adjusting the truss rod without strings on, because that way you won't be able to see what effect it has. Same with bridge height.
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#8
i would after... so u can compare to straightness of the strings to how bowed your neck is... idk just makes sense
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