#1
What kind of changes do i have to make to the guitar?
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#3
.09s to .10s, definitely adjust the claw, possibly the truss rod. .09s to .11s, probably add a spring to the trem (and adjust) and almost certainly need to at least tweak the truss rod.
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#4
Im assuming you are talking about your tele, in which case the bit about the tremolo claw doesn't apply, but most definitely, the truss rod will need to be adjusted. It is very easy to do, if you don't know how already.
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#5
Quote by dementiacaptain
Im assuming you are talking about your tele, in which case the bit about the tremolo claw doesn't apply, but most definitely, the truss rod will need to be adjusted. It is very easy to do, if you don't know how already.

why would you need to adjust the truss rod for strings and not the action? isn't the truss rod what effects how much the guitar bows?
ESP LTD EC-1000 vintage black
sunburst fender MIM tele
Epiphone LP standard ebony
Mesa/boogie dual rectifier
Mesa/Boogie .50 caliber plus head
Marshall JCM900 Hi-gain MII 2500
Fender Hot rod Deluxe
#6
Add five springs and deck the trem. End of tuning problems.
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#7
Quote by Cloudkicker
why would you need to adjust the truss rod for strings and not the action? isn't the truss rod what effects how much the guitar bows?

Yes...

..which is why you have to adjust it, and not the action. Why would you need to adjust the action?