#1
Yeah, so my high E string broke, and the rest of my strings were fine, so I decided to replace just that string. I had forgotten what gauge I had used earlier, so I just put a 9 on. Thinking back, however, I'm pretty sure I used 10's on the rest. Could this cause a problem?
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#2
no, john frusciante does that intentionally

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#3
It shouldn't cause trouble really, might not stay in tune as well that's all.
You only really get problems when you string with a higher gauge cos it puts extra strain on the neck.
#4
no, john frusciante does that intentionally

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#5
Yea, he puts 0.9 strings on the first 2 strings because than he can solo easier, but he wants a nice fuller sound when hes riffing
#6
^ I've heard of people doing that with acoustics. SRV did it too, I believe.

And no, it shouldn't cause any problems, you'll just have to apply less force to that string.
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#7
Alright, good, thanks
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