#1
I usually play my Epiphone G-400 pro in standard tuning or drop D, and it holds tune perfectly most of the time. But every once in a while I venture into playing D tuning, and the guitar detunes very quickly. all non-FR bridge guitars I've played before took a few times to tune when changing tuning but they would eventually stay in tune, the epiphone however keeps detuning in D. what could cause this? bridge position? strings? thrussrod? tuners?
#2
I'd suggest stretching the strings when you tune down and/or tuning below D, then stretching, then tuning up to D. That keeps everything sitting nice and snug in place, especially around the tuner posts.
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#3
your strings may be too loose, what gauge do you use?

I have a G400 and I used 10-52 in Drop C/D standard with no real issues
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#4
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your strings may be too loose, what gauge do you use?

I have a G400 and I used 10-52 in Drop C/D standard with no real issues


also 10-52. skinny top heavy bottom ernie ball's
#5
Show a pic of your tuning pegs. Wanna see how your strings wrap around them.