#1
hi all,

just wondering,i just swaped my set of strings on my guitar,from a set of ernie ball 10-46 to a set of elixirs. however,do i net to have the truss rod adjusted? i didnt encounter any problems whatsoever,the playabilty of the guitar remains the same,just had to readjust the intonation.will the difference in gauge affect the guitar ? thanks in advance.
Current Rig:
GIM Custom
Ibanez acoustic Lonestar series
Cuenca classical
Marshall MG100DFX
BOSS Hi-Band Flanger
#2
oh,the elixirs are 12-52 guage btw,sry.
Current Rig:
GIM Custom
Ibanez acoustic Lonestar series
Cuenca classical
Marshall MG100DFX
BOSS Hi-Band Flanger
#3
You might want to get it checked out just in case, since 10s to 12s is a pretty big jump.

But if everything's fine with the guitar and nothing seems different, it's all up to you.
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#4
ok,thanks!
Current Rig:
GIM Custom
Ibanez acoustic Lonestar series
Cuenca classical
Marshall MG100DFX
BOSS Hi-Band Flanger
#5
I think you should probably get it looked at by someone at your local shop. 10's to 12's is a big jump, like Zeppelin said.
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