Okay I've been using FR's for quite a while now and I got an idea. Instead of using a regular set of strings (in my case: .012, .016, .024, .032, .042, .052) which would make the locking nut clamp down unevenly; how about using three pairs of same size strings (.012, .012, .024, .024, .042, .042) but while still keeping the standard EADGBe tuning. My theory is that the locking nut will keep an even clamp down on the strings and will help reduce having to retune my guitar. I was really wondering if anyone had tried this yet or if I just stumbled onto a decent idea.
The strings are different sizes for a reason. So it probably would sound like crap.
The tension that would create on the neck would be horrific. My advice: don't do it.
I'm pretty sure they'd snap. There's a reason differently tuned strings have different thicknesses...
oh well. It's a good thing I asked you guys first. Thanks.
maybe for a severely dropped tuning or something
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