#1
HOw come i find my guitar way harder to bend than my old squier???
i have a schecter Gryphon with ernie ball skinny top heavy bottom strings

Can anyone help me???
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#2
Maybe it is your strings? or frets..just play it for a little while like for a month or so and if It is still like that check out a guitar t.ech
#3
I would say that you've probably got different gauge strings. If not, I have no idea.
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#4
have you taken it to some one for a set up? take it to a complete setup and then try.
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#5
Different scale length maybe? im guessing your schecter might be a 25.5 scale and your squier might have been 24.75. not too sure tho. if thats the case , then thats why its harder to bend.
#8
sounds like a different gauge of strings
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#10
It's cause you have girly hands.
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