#1
I was just wondering if you had to do anything drastic to the setup of my guitar if i was jumping from 10's to 11's...would i have to take it to someone to adjust the truss rod or get it setup? or would i have to just do some minor changes myself?
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#2
You might have to, but usually, it's not that big of a change for setup to be a problem.
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#3
I'd seriously recommend leaving truss rod adjustments to a professional, because there's no room to screw up. You might not even need an adjustment at all, mind.
#4
alright thanks for the quick responses =)
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#5
if you're really picky, you might want to widen the slots in the nut
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#6
Quote by Baarmy_Sheep
if you're really picky, you might want to widen the slots in the nut


A jump from 10s to 11s won't need that.

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