#1
I have a C-1 Classic, if I were to switch from .10's to .11's, would I need to get it set up or is there not a significant difference?
#2
unless its got a floating bridge like a floyd rose or wilkinson there will be no major difference. maybe some fret buzz. but in my experience there was no problems switching gauges
#3
You will need to adjust intonation and maybe string height though that's not essential. Your truss rod may or may not need a very slight adjustment.

It won't require anything that you can't do in 5 minutes.
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#4
maybe, most likely not - just try it out.

worse case, you switch back to .10's until you have the time/money to get it set-up.
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#6
Ok thanks for the advice, and acquiesence if that was at me, I want to switch to .11's because .10's feel too thin in my hands
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what about going down a gauge from 10's to 9's? i really dont wanna mess with truss rod at all


I went from a guitar perfectly set-up for .10's to hybrid slinky gauge and it was still perfect.
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#8
You won't really have to tocuh the truss rod unless shifting 2 or more gauges in either diretion, assuming that your guitar is already set up correctly.
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