#1
Title says it all
Guitar : jackson js32 (not so expensive that's why I'm worried )
Strings : 10 13 17 28 38 48
Tuning : D standard (D G C F A D)
#2
Not if the truss rod is adjusted properly.

That's probably less tension than the factory setup anyway.
#3
Actually your title doesn't really say it at all. What happened? What gauge did you have before?


Need way more info.
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#4
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Actually your title doesn't really say it at all. What happened? What gauge did you have before?


Need way more info.


I was using standard 9s standard tuning
Now using the 10s i mentioned on standard d tuning
And nothing happened everything's fine I'm just asking if something might happen in the future
#5
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I was using standard 9s standard tuning
Now using the 10s i mentioned on standard d tuning
And nothing happened everything's fine I'm just asking if something might happen in the future



It's highly unlikely that such a minor change in string gauge alone will be the cause of a warped neck. You'll be fine.
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#6
you should check your guitar every so often because with age, temp changes the wood can move
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#8
You'll be fine but learn how to setup a guitar. There are tons of video's on youtube.
#9
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How can i "check" it ? ._.


I sincerely doubt anything will happen. I put 10-52 on my Iceman tuned to D standard, necks fine.

The real way to check is to get a small ruler that measures 64ths of an inch or millimeters. Check once everything's all in tune that the distance from the bottom of the strings on either side is the same. Ideal measurement should be 3/64ths of an inch (a little over 1mm, let's call it 1.5) on each side with a properly adjusted truss rod.

However, you can eyeball it. Look down the length of the neck from the bridge end of the guitar and see that the neck isn't more flat on one side than the other.

Even if it is warped, it's not strings that will do that, it's bad manufacturing.
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