#1
Hello, first things first i have a berdux 1300 electric guitar. I was using some marshall 10-46 strings for about two months when my high e broke, so i bought an ernieball 11-48 set. I play in standard e most of the time. Will this string change hurt my guitar?
PS: my bridge is synchronized tremolo (fixed with 6 screws but still i can still use a tremolo bar)
Last edited by johnmanthop at Sep 7, 2016,
#2
It won't hurt your guitar. It may upset your trem a bit, to the point of your needing to set it up, but it certainly won't damage the guitar.
#3
It won't hurt the guitar, but you will have to adjust the intonation and probably give adjust the truss rod a bit, but those are both things that can be reasonably done yourself.
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#4
Nope, won't hurt a thing. Check intonation, and bridge if it's a floating one, neck relief shouldn't change much if any, but you can check it too...
Hmmm...I wonder what this button does...
#5
Nope as everyone said a few minor set up adjustments will be required
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