#1
Hi guys, I'm sure there's been a few questions on FR bridges before, but what I'm wondering is;

The guitar I've ordered comes with standard 9-42 strings, but I'm used to EB Skinny Top Heavy Bottom 10-52's on my fixed bridge.
I know about adjusting the spring tension in the back of the guitar, but since the EB's arent a standard gauge, will there be anything else that will need adjusting, e.g. intonation, bridge height?

Also, do you think going as heavy as a .52 string will make it difficult to do squeels on the higher strings, should I just stick with 10-46?

Thanks in advance!
Gear

Gibson Les Paul Studio Ebony/Gold
Jackson RR5 Ivory w/Black Pinstripes
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Yamaha FX370C
Marshall AVT150HX + AVT4x12
#2
bridge height should probably be ok. maybe a slight tweak, but nothing more. wouldn't hurt to check the intonation either. as for the squeals, you just really need to try it to see what you think...
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#3
Thanks man, I'll probably just go for it with the 10-52 gauge.

If anyone else has any info feel free to keep replying.

Thanks.
Gear

Gibson Les Paul Studio Ebony/Gold
Jackson RR5 Ivory w/Black Pinstripes
Epiphone Les Paul 100 *For Sale*
Yamaha FX370C
Marshall AVT150HX + AVT4x12
#4
um with heavier strings you might have to raise the action(bridge height) a little to keep from buzzing also might have to adjust the truss rod and intonation as for squeals i'm not sure you will just have to try