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BlueLesPaul2006

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Here are mine:

 

Gibson R9:

 

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Gibson R6:

 

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Epiphone Elitist Tak Matsumoto:

 

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Epiphone Elitist Standard Plus

 

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And a Group shot of all of my Pauls including my Paul Reed Smith Custom 22/10 Top

 

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Enjoy

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A couple of you guys had all six strings off. Doesn't that bother you a bit?

 

I know when I first started playing, that is how I changed strings, all at once. But now, I only do one (or 2 on my 12 string) at a time to reduce huge changes in tension on the neck.

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A couple of you guys had all six strings off. Doesn't that bother you a bit?

 

I know when I first started playing' date=' that is how I changed strings, all at once. But now, I only do one (or 2 on my 12 string) at a time to reduce huge changes in tension on the neck.[/quote']

Guitarist urban legend. What do you think happens when a guitar is in for any kind of major work? The strings can be left off for weeks. No, the only place you want to worry about taking all six strings off is on an archtop with a non-fixed bridge; you change the strings one at a time so as not to screw up your intonation. Otherwise, don't be worrying about it, mon.

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