#1
jsut a quike question i got a strat and i wanna put .013s to .056s on it im using .010s -.046s... would i have to adjust the action i know ill have to adjust the truss rod thou
Guitars:
Ibanez IC300
Fender American Strat w/RioGrande texas specials

Amps:
Fender FM212R
a now broken tube amp

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#2
maybe, but it's a big step, why don't you try 11's or 12's first? you'll also have to adjust intonation.
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#3
i play slide and i have really strong fingers i can play guitar solos on my friends six string bass i just want to have heavier strings so i can play with fingers and slide
Guitars:
Ibanez IC300
Fender American Strat w/RioGrande texas specials

Amps:
Fender FM212R
a now broken tube amp

Quote by Gofishus
Dual Core. Do More. <-- Intel branded women.


Member of the Stevie Ray Vaughan Fan Club
#5
Quote by M4jorpiz
i play slide and i have really strong fingers i can play guitar solos on my friends six string bass i just want to have heavier strings so i can play with fingers and slide

well then, enjoy it! but you'll have to adjust a lot... and it'll eat your frets out faster. that's why i'm sticking with 11's.
Member of the Jackson/Charvel Owners Group
#6
Depends, if you like the action after you've restrung them, then leave it alone. If you dont like it/there's some buzz, then raise it.
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