#1
hi all and thanks for reading my post. i am just wondering, i have .09s on my guitar right now,and they're cool and all, but my guitar is in drop C and i dont really like the feel of them, i enjoy playing in drop tunings and lower stuff, so i want larger strings, but i read somewhere that jackson necks couldnt handle the stress of stuff higher than .10s and i was wondering, is this true, and if not, what string guages do you recomend (i play acoustic too so my fingers can handle it)

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#3
and could i just take my guitar up to the place i buy the strings (local shop) and they adjust the neck for me? or is that an endeavor i would have to make on my own?

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#5
k ill do that whenever i get new strings, the strings i put on it are relatively new, so ill wait a while (plus im flat broke at the moment)

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#6
You could have them adjust the guitar for you, or you could learn how to do it and save yourself $20.

http://www.projectguitar.com/tut/tutorial1.htm
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#7
i would but it seems that everytime i tinker with something, tutorial or not, it doesnt turn out right. so its safe to go up to the shop and do it

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