#1
I just bought some ernie ball skinny top heavy bottom strings and I have standard 10gauge strings on my guitar currently. Do I need to adjust the truss rod after? Because the 3 top strings stay the same Guage so is it really necessary?
#2
Nah.

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#3
You have to measure. Check out the setup sticky. Most guitars won't need an adjustment but if your guitar was on the edge before the restring might push it into that territory, and you can't know without more information.
#4
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You have to measure. Check out the setup sticky. Most guitars won't need an adjustment but if your guitar was on the edge before the restring might push it into that territory, and you can't know without more information.


+1
any time you go to a heaver/lighter gauge string its a good idea to check it may not need any adjustment but theres a good chance it will. hell i check mine every time the season changes. temp and humidity has a big affect on the neck of your guitar.