#1
hey guys...so, basically i keep my three fav guitars in my 3 most used tunings (standard, half step down and full step down) but i rotate them about once a week just so i play them all about the same. Just wondering if u think changing tunings (fairly drastically) that often will lead to reduced lifespan of my strings???
#2
yes keep them in the same tuning and dont change them. Not only is it bad for the strings, its bad for the truss rod
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#3
yeah more than likely, cause you're loosening them then tightening them more often than you normally would, not sure though
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#4
if it's on a classical, i don't think it would harm it that much but on an steel string acoustic, it would. when i had my classical, i always used to change tunings like for example, goo goo dolls tunings. But when i got my acoustic, i keep it standard, i'm sometimes tempted to drop D.
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