#1
I put D'addario 9's on my Epi les paul 2 weeks ago, at the same time I put another set of the same strings on my Washburn HB-35. The strings on my les paul are really too sloppy and bendable whereas the strings on my washburn feel great, they are perfect.

What is the cause of this?... I was told I should lower the saddle, I lowered it as far as it can go but the strings are still too loose.

The washburn has been setup recently and the les paul hasn't, so I imagine it's something to do with the setup, but I'd rather not spend £40 at my one and only local shop just to solve this single problem!
#2
just buy some .10's or higher?
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#3
Sounds like your two guitars probably have a different sized scale, meaning more tension.
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#4
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Sounds like your two guitars probably have a different sized scale, meaning more tension.


Ah that would explain it. Thanks!

10's are too tight, there is a big difference!
#6
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10's are too tight, there is a big difference!

Not really...
.9's are too light, I snap them way too often haha.
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