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Just got my new Fender Tele 72 reissue today..Got a few packs of ernie balls too..Is it worth the hassle to change the stings from the stock bullets..I have done so many times on acoustic but not on electic..Would the ernie balls be slicker than the stocks?
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#2
Stock strings usually suck but it's really up to you. It's not that hard to change strings on an electric. Just be sure to check your intonation since it's new.
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The EBs would probably be better, but if you're new to electric, I doubt you'd notice much of a difference unless the gauge is different or the stocks strings are already really old and rusty.
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exact one i was watchin when i noticed my guitar has no back cover or anything...jus 6 holes
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#8
not rocket science man. Remove old strings. Then reverse that process and proceed to put new strings on.
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Just got my new Fender Tele 72 reissue today..Got a few packs of ernie balls too..Is it worth the hassle to change the strings from the stock bullets..I have done so many times on acoustic but not on electric..Would the ernie balls be slicker than the stocks?


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and yes, it would be worth it.

Stock strings suck.