#1
But can i use a set of 8string guitar strings on my seven string guitar (discarding the thin e string of course) ?
#2
Yes
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#3
Yes. You'll want to make sure they fit properly in the nut, of course, and the increase in string tension due to higher string gauges is going to make your guitar feel a bit stiffer playing. You may need to make a few set-up tweaks to ensure it's playing to your liking.
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#4
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Yes. You'll want to make sure they fit properly in the nut, of course, and the increase in string tension due to higher string gauges is going to make your guitar feel a bit stiffer playing. You may need to make a few set-up tweaks to ensure it's playing to your liking.



yeah thats why im doing it. the seven string i use right now are too floppy and buzz like hell. thanks everyone !
#5
That may have more to do with the action than string size. Try raising it a little. But by all means, experiment with string gauge as well. Sometimes it takes a while to find the right fit.
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