#1
Hi UG! So I have this guitar made of wood, and it has a wooden neck, and even metal frets! Wow! It comes with strings, a pickup, and even two knobs!

Anyway, I was thinking of switching to Ernie Ball Cobalt Strings (11-58). I was thinking of trying it out. On my old guitar, I had Elixir Strings (9-42) and I LOVED them, but now I have a fender with really old strings (which is lame) which are the stock fender strings (9-42) and I've been getting into metal lately. So, I think I have to adjust my truss rod right? If I'm switching to heavier strings. So, how much do I have to adjust my truss rod? How many quarter turns? Will I have to adjust it?
#2
You'll probably have to adjust. There's no way to know how many quarter turns you'll need - that's like asking how many times you have to turn the tuners to get the strings in tune. You have to measure and then adjust accordingly.
#3
Quote by Roc8995
You'll probably have to adjust. There's no way to know how many quarter turns you'll need - that's like asking how many times you have to turn the tuners to get the strings in tune. You have to measure and then adjust accordingly.

Well, thing is, I don't know how to measure and do this stuff. Could you post how, or link to a tutorial/