tuning up problems, Bad strings?
If I understand things correctly, when tuning a guitar with a tuner it's normal for the "Attack" to register as a little bit sharp, but settle in on the correct note quickly as it "Rings"
I changed the strings on my bass, looking to try for a different sound, and the E-string attack is so much sharper than the ring that the tuner almost flips over and tells me it's a flat "F"
On a possibly related note, the "G" string seems to be under much more tension than the rest of the strings.
Do I need to have a professional adjust the truss rod? did I just end up with a bum pack of strings?
The strings I'm having the issue with are "RotoSound" Nylon flatwound. don't know what the old ones were, my dad put them on like 15 years ago.
Is this a good question?