#1
Hey people

I changed my gauge like a week ago and I broke my e string [the one under the b string] 2 times in a row 2 days straight... I'm using 10-46

Is it because of the higher gauge or it's just me messing too much?

And I can't find more strings... dammit
#2
Higher gauge generally reduces string breakage. So either you're strumming/picking too hard, or you have terrible luck
#4
i havent broken a string since i switched to 11-52
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#5
i use 14-18p-28-38-48-58 strings tuned 1 step down, and ive never had a breakage problem
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#6
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Where is the string breaking? Near the bridge/nut or near a certain fret?


Well 2 diff places

None where near the nut. I think there was one near the bridge but not so near.

I think I've just been messing too much with them =/
#7
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Well 2 diff places

None where near the nut. I think there was one near the bridge but not so near.

I think I've just been messing too much with them =/

You're probably right.
Calm down when you play guitar next time.
#8
maybe your saddle is too sharp?
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