#1
I hav an Ibanez rg350dx and last week i strung it with DR 10-52 strings in drop D because they are bottom heavy if I tune to standard tuning will this twist or warp the guitars neck.
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#2
nope, i switch between standard and drop C on a regaler basis, with erny balls 10-52's
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#3
thanks i just wanted to be sure
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#4
I use the same gauge in the same tuning in almost the same guitar as you. I just adjusted the action and intonation, as well as blocked the trem. Haven't had any problems so far, been using that gauge for a year. But might just be working for me, i don't really know whether its necessary to adjust the truss rod in this case.
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#5
Nope. Right now I have a set of 11-15-18-30-46-54 on my Ibanez and it is in standard. The neck is straight as an arrow. My strat has 11-52 on it right now
#6
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nope, i switch between standard and drop C on a regaler basis, with erny balls 10-52's

standard and drop c? or a step down and drop c?
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#7
i love 10-52. i'm using it for open C major tuning. (CGCGCE)

it will be unlikely that you will warp your neck due to heavy strings on one side and light on the other.
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