#1
Going from 9-42 in standard tuning to 11-48 in Drop C, do i need to adjust the truss rod on my Schecter Hellraiser? or am i good?
#2
i wouldnt think so coz ur drop tuning
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#3
Quote by Vampire 255
i wouldnt think so coz ur drop tuning


am i dropping the tuning too much?
#4
Quote by Epic_chef
am i dropping the tuning too much?


all i can think of is keep checking ur truss rod and ajust as required
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#5
Quote by Vampire 255
all i can think of is keep checking ur truss rod and ajust as required


anyone else wanna give some advice?
#6
yes...sometimes i have to adjust it when just changing strings...its actually not as scary as ppl make it out to be...i was always afraid to touch it until i just tried it one day..all you have to do is make very minute, (1/8 to 1/4 turns) counter clockwise to bow back/ clockwise to bow up...look down the neck from the headstock from each side and just make sure its straight...if it curves back, turn the truss rod counter clockwise just a bit..a bit makes a big difference...once you see how easy it is to set up a guitar...you'll never pay $60+ for a set up again
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#7
damn thats a radical change of tuning and gauge .

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