#2
I really don't think they should be more likely to go out assuming your guitar is in good condition and the action on your guitar isn't all messed up.
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#3
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if you change tunings from like say E to Eb?

I have the same problem, probably.
#4
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I really don't think they should be more likely to go out assuming your guitar is in good condition and the action on your guitar isn't all messed up.


i meant at first it's more likely to out of tune--- but after a few hard bends its fine
#5
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i meant at first it's more likely to out of tune--- but after a few hard bends its fine



It always helps to stretch out the strings a little right after you restring your guitar. That helps with keeping the guitar in tune.
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#6
It will drop flat after you first drop the tuning (especially since you're dropping all 6 strings) because there's slightly less tension on the neck. After you get the pitches near where they're supposed to be and re-tune it it should hold the tuning.
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#7
When I tune down, I always go one string at a time, and I tune the string a little low, and then slowly bring it up (as opposed to loosening the string and just stopping when it reaches the right pitch). I find that helps it to hold tension when you start playing.
#8
well of course it more likely to go out of tune, but im just talking generally. like if you have a set of 10s but then u tune them down a half step, it will be like using 9s. and lighter strings always go out of tune more often then heavier strings