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> Will Switching From 9's To 10's Affect My Guitar In A Negative Way? (please Read First =)
post Apr 5 2010, 06:20 PM
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Might be diffrent neck radius, scale lengths, fret size, bridge material, string brand...
Other guitars=other feel; even with strats!


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post Apr 6 2010, 07:15 PM
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As we learned in school, the area inside a circle is r^2 * Pi. If you do the math, you find that a 10 string has 23% more mass than a 9 string.

QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Apr 4 2010, 08:53 AM) *
I noticed this too. I usually use Ernie Ball 9-46 hybrid. Once I put 0.10 that was like a whole different world.

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