#1
all i need is a yes or no.

does it hurt my guitar's neck if i were to take off all the strings at once? i have a hardtail and i think i read that it does somewhere but i want to clean it and it would be a pain in the ass if i had to leave 5 strings on.
signitcha
Schecter C-1 Classic
Peavey 5150 2x12 Combo
MXR 10 Band EQ
#2
nope it shouldnt hurt the neck at all thats what the truss rod is for

so yeah your fine
NOPE
#3
Yep not at all and if you have a tune-o-matic bridge then dont be alarmed when it comes off, its supposed to do that
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#4
shouldn't harm it, you may have to adjust the truss rod slightly when you put the strings back on though.
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#5
just don't leave the guitar sitting for like a day or more, then you MIGHT see a bit of bending, depends on the quality of your guitar
#6
If you're REALLY worried, leave the low e and high e strings on, clean, the string your two middle strings, remove the others, and clean the rest.

But no, not unless your guitar is better off in a crematorium.
#7
alright i was wondering because going from like 200 pounds of tension to none is kinda steep...
signitcha
Schecter C-1 Classic
Peavey 5150 2x12 Combo
MXR 10 Band EQ
#8
I'll assume this is your Schecter.

I know you know how to remove strings properly, just do it proper and you'll be good.