#1
Ok, basialy if I get this right, any instruments would be able to "take" Down tuning with the right tenssion.

IE:
Following this guide:
http://www.daddario.com/DADDropTuning.Page?sid=49b46ba7-fa3d-4e99-8704-aba8d2235d7f#tension_chart

if I currently have, lets say, an RG350 (Floating bridge, 25.5 scale), go from standard tuning using an EXL110 (10-46 stings) , change them for a kit of EXL156 and tune it in Baritone (B tuning, 3 step down) it should take it "just as well".

Surely, I'd have to adjust the spring tension, intonation, would I have to adjust the truss rod also?

Anyone can tell me if that would cause any issue on the long term?

Thanks!
#2
Probably not the truss rod.

But yea. The baritone set works fine.
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#3
Should work just fine, probably won't need a truss rod adjustment, but if your not comfortable with setting it up just bring it to a good tech to take care of and you should be good to go.