if i got a guitar with a fixed bridge like a Schecter Hellraiser and i put 12-56 gauge strings on it and put it in drop C. would i have to adjust the intonation? or could i simply just put on the strings and play?
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i would recomend an adjustment. i play in similar gauge strings in C and am picky about intonation. adjusting it correctly will not only help the tuning but i feel it helps the overall sound and fell of the guitar as well
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intonation is tuning.

so yes.

tune your guitar. it's not hard.

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Sometimes its fine sometimes its not. Putting heavy strings on then drop tuning so much will result in needing other adjustments anyways.