Thanks for that. I never knew about checking pdf properties. I think you are right. Most likely the 2014 pdf is the best reference. My fingers were telling me that the tension went up between sets (felt like it was higher tension to my hand), but then I wondered when I saw that older pdf that said the tension was the same between sets for the trebles.The Hannabach document is from Dec 2014 (look at at the pdf properties) where as the older version on the other site is from Oct 2006 (looking at properties). Quite a few minor changes can take place in that span of time.
I have some guitars that feel good with super-low tension Hannabach trebles, others with low-tension, and my 10-string which feels good with very high tension. Interestingly, it has nothing to do with differences in scale length, in fact the shorter scale guitars feel best with either super-low or low. It has more to do with the guitar's top, how much is "gives" or "flexes" when I play.I am not sure I like the higher tension, I think they can be louder but take more force to get there.
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