#1
i have read that some ESP guitars have problems with the E high string, beacause it breaks very easy, and i want to know which guitars do have this problem, and if the ESP AX-50 has this problem, and how to fix it, thanks and if this problem havent been fixed thanks
#2
never heard of that problem on just esp guitars. it can happen on any guitar if the bridge has a sharp edge coming in contact with the strings, it's easily fixable though.
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#4
As long as you arent using like. 07 gauge strings, you should be fine. I have an ESP LTD MH-103, and I use .10 gauge on my high E and haven't had any problems.
#5
Yeah, check the hardware, and if the salesman isn't close pull that string a few times real hard, you'll know by thenelse bigger wires would really help for stability durability and would even pour some tone on tne top of it.
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#6
I have an EX-260 with 11's on and no issues

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#7
Now my problem is everytime I put a high E string on and go from Drop C to Standard the string breaks. I have broke the high E string on this guitar 3 times.