#1
what's up UG. was kinda curious about whether or not i should do this:

right now, i'm playing a gimpy little squier strat with 10/46 d'addario strings. what i want to do is keep the bottom three strings at 46, 36, 26, and increase the top three strings to 11, 14, and 18. in essence, a reverse heavy bottom skinny top setup.

i know i would have to get my guitar reintonated, but i don't want to go through the trouble if changing my string gauge this way would end up sounding weird. so have any of you done this, and if not, do you think there would be any point to it?

the reason i ask is because i like the sound of my bottoms but the tops sound a little too thin
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#2
I don't think it would be an issue, no. And you can definitely see if it sounds weird, or completely fine, before you go about getting it set up again. It won't damage your guitar that badly.
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