#1
Ive never done it before
My bridge is perfectly set up and my high e just broke away at the head.
Is there a reccomended (sp?) way of doing it?
thanks in advance.
#3
I suggest you stick to violin, son.
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Is there such a thing as a heavy riff with out chugging on the e string?
#5
whatever you do dont try and do all the strings without knowing what youre doing. I made that horrible mistake and am having to pay 40quid to get it set up again. :/
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Ah very good point. Charlie__flynn, you've out smarted me


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#6
If the other strings aren't really due for a change than you can just change the one string and leave it at that. You can buy single strings. Get close to the same gauge as you had so the tension should end up being about the same and not really cause you any problems with the trem.
If you want to change all the strings then follow one of the many online tutorials on doing this. The only thing I could add is to change each string out one at a time. Its a good thing to not be afraid of your guitar and spend the time and effort on learning how to work it and do things like changing strings with a floating trem. Good luck.