#1
So I got new strings for my acoustic guitar, and i decided "hey, I'll think I'll try a lighter gauge this time" so I went to 11's instead of my regular 12's. Long story short, the action is way too low and is causing all sorts of problems. I'm a nub with acoustic guitars, can one of you all help me to remedy said problem?
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#2
You went down one size gauge and started having problems?

Well I'm not good with acoustics because of the set bridges.. can't help ya out . But out of curiosity are all of your strings having problems? Are you experiwencing fret buzz or do you just not like how loose the strings are now?

And you can always go back to your 12s for like $4 .
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#3
going back to 12's is your easiest solution.
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