#1
So I did a nice clean-up of my MM Stingray. I pulled the strings off, cleaned under the pick-guard and around the pick-ups, and lemon oiled the neck. I noticed as soon as I put the strings back on, the tone was very "tinny". when I plug it into my amp it sounds like I'm playing through a tin can! I double checked everything and it looks all good. Should I take this as a hint that my strings are bad, or did I do something wrong? Any suggestions will be much appreciated.
#2
It might be because you took your strings off, depending on how long they were off. There have been stories of strings becoming like new after removing them, for about a day. Just keep playing and see if it goes away.
#3
the tin is the sound of a brand new string, like jazz said when yo utook them off i tgave them time to relax and restore very slightly, it will go away soon enough

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#6
Quote by Deliriumbassist
I'd checkl out your intonation though. Sometimes my strings get a tad tinny, and a quick, and slight, saddle adjustment sorts it ight out.

Intonation seems good so I didn't adjust the saddle length. I wanted to lower my action anyway, I dropped my saddles a little. It seemed to help get rid of tinny sound a little. What should I do to my saddles to help get rid of the tinny sounds? I played it about 2hr yesterday and about an 1hr so far today. I hope it starts to go away.... cant get my favorite thump out of it and its driving me nuts.