#1
Title. I put the strings on only a few weeks ago and they are gauge 11's. I'm not sure if that has anything to do with it but afterwards the strings end up being like 2 full steps lower than they should be. How can I stop this? Thanks.
#2
do you have a trem bridge?

if so, is it balanced?
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#3
Assuming your guitar does not have a Floyd or some sort of locking tremolo, how about a set of locking tuners and some Big Bend's Nut Sauce on the nut?
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#4
Also make sure you wind the string on the tuning peg correctly. The string should wrap over itself to keep from slipping.
#6
You stretched your guitar strings already. Right?
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