#1
Im thinking of going from Ernie Ball Super Slinkies to Skinny Top Heavy Bottoms. I was wondering if i would have to make a lot of changes like truss rod adjustment and trem adjustment etc..
#2
i changed some .09 gauge d'adarrio's to some .10 - .52 and i didnt have to do a thing. Such a good choice man.
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#3
The added tension from the heavier gauge string wont bend the neck or anything?
#4
Quote by calves
The added tension from the heavier gauge string wont bend the neck or anything?

its not good to repeatedly change gauge (over a long period of time) but other then that it will have little or no effect do it..
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#5
Quote by calves
Im thinking of going from Ernie Ball Super Slinkies to Skinny Top Heavy Bottoms. I was wondering if i would have to make a lot of changes like truss rod adjustment and trem adjustment etc..


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#6
it'll probably be fine. Although it depends ive done it with some guitars and didnt have to adjust. With other guitars it bowed up and i had to adjust the neck. If you are using a floyd rose trem yes you will need to adjust it.
#8
Best advice is to take it in and get it set up with that guage of strings. Find a good local guitar tech. Where I live I pay 40 dollars tops for a setup. and 10 dollars for the strings.
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