#1
This may be a stupid question, but i'll ask anyways.


so i've been playing for about a year now and my first guitar was a Squier Strat. I loved that guitar and still do, but i felt the need to upgrade since i'm getting better. So i just bought a Gibson SG standard. Cleaned it up and polished it, looks great. Anyways, my question is would fender bullet strings work on it? They're my favorite from using them on my squier and was wondering if they'd work on my Gibson.

#2
Yup.
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#4
Yup, they'd work.
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#5
I'm 95% positive that they'll work. The only reason that I'm not entirely positive is because I've never tried that particular string/bridge combo. But there's no reason why it shouldn't work.
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#6
They'd work. But why not just buy a new set of strings instead?
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#7
Quote by col50
They'd work. But why not just buy a new set of strings instead?

i am, i was just wondering cus those are the ones im gonna buy now


thanks everyone for the help
#8
Go for it.

Personally don't like the strings, but to each his own, you know?

Don't know how long ago you got the SG, but either way you deserve this....

I love SG's
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#10
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The bullet ends will work. But its a good time to try some different brands.


good idea, i think i might try some ernie ball super slinkys or something like that


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Go for it.

Personally don't like the strings, but to each his own, you know?

Don't know how long ago you got the SG, but either way you deserve this....

I love SG's


thanks man, SG's are sweet i love mine so far

and i just got it sunday. big guitar show in columbus ohio
#11
Quote by Mc-Dap
good idea, i think i might try some ernie ball super slinkys or something like that


thanks man, SG's are sweet i love mine so far

and i just got it sunday. big guitar show in columbus ohio


Try some D'Addarios too. IMO they're way better and they last longer. I wear through Ernie Balls after an 8 hour practice session. The D'Addarios last at least a week under the same condition.
EDIT: By the way, congrats on the SG. I love my 61 Reissue.
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#12
I use D'Addarios on both my electric and acoustic. They make awesome acoustic strings, and when I got an electric I decided that I would stick with my favorite string brand. I haven't really tried anything else for acoustic. Next time I get strings, though, I'm going to try some Martin SP Phosphor Bronze strings.
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i realize the longshot that is. little giant to humongous one.


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