#1
My low-e ****ted up, and I didn't have a string of the right gauge. so I used the next thickest. Will this cause issues?
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#2
itll feel looser
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#3
Quote by thrash-a-rash
itll feel looser


I noticed that, will it sound diffrent? It actually feels better to play.
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#5
Quote by Godderz_24
wont sound as chunky


Ya know? Thats IMO a good thing.
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#6
*Shrugs* if you want to play metallica or something where you're grinding down on that e string like chugga chug chug its not, or if you want to tune to a lower tuning it will be really flappy lol