#1
is gauge 11's too thick to be tuned up to standard e tuning without snapping?
#2
Nope.
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#3
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is gauge 11's too thick to be tuned up to standard e tuning without snapping?


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oh thats good, but no, they should handle it perfectly fine......

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#4
i have some mega thick strings... kinda like... putting seven strings on a six, and i have them tuned up regularly alot. no problems.
i think they're like..14's.. maybe thicker
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#5
thanks guys, but from the tightness of my high e string i aint givin these strings much longer life wise
#6
i used .13s for a while, what kind of guitar do you have? i have a parker in which you need to change a spring inside the guitar if you want to change gauges. its not a common thing, but if your guitar had it i think youd know it, so i wouldnt worry bout it
#8
Your guitar will work fine in standard tuning. I usually have mine in standard/half-step down/drop d and I use Ernie Ball skinny top/heavy bottoms.