#1
first off this all has to do with dropping my strings down a whole step or half a step.

1) will i need to mess with the bridge and string height at all?
2)will i need to do the whole itonation thing?

thanx
#2
1. It's all personal preference
2. See 1
Stromberg Montreux
Schecter Hellraiser 7 String
Mesa Boogie "Son of Boogie" 100W Head
Mesa Boogie 112 Cab with a Celestion Vintage 30
Electro Harmonix Small Clone
Death By Audio Fuzz War

#5
Absolutely not
Stromberg Montreux
Schecter Hellraiser 7 String
Mesa Boogie "Son of Boogie" 100W Head
Mesa Boogie 112 Cab with a Celestion Vintage 30
Electro Harmonix Small Clone
Death By Audio Fuzz War

#7
hang on you dont have a floyd do you if you do itl **** the whole thing up
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#8
Quote by Dan shreds
hang on you dont have a floyd do you if you do itl **** the whole thing up


Certainly don't do that!
#9
What's already been said, pretty much. If you've got a fixed bridge (or a non-floating trem, like the ones on Strats) you'll be fine. Maybe raise the action a bit since you'll get a bigger amplitude from a less tense string, hence more chance of fret buzz. But only if it does buzz at you, of course. No point in fixing it if it isn't broken.