#1
what are the best strings for lp studio? Want it good for Blues/Rock, good feel. + good for bending. Thanks. Currently I'm using some .9 diadarios.
#2
Quote by maraca2020
what are the best strings for lp studio? Want it good for Blues/Rock, good feel. + good for bending. Thanks. Currently I'm using some .9 diadarios.


Stick with those, they be good.

If you insist on changing (why?) Dunlops are quite nice. Lots of people will say Ernie Balls but.. it's all opinion.
#4
Quote by maraca2020
yeah i was thinking that these are the best, just making sure. Thanks.


No problem buddy!
#6
I like the way Ernie Balls' strings glide. And of course the timbre they have. I use .9 Ernies on my Les Paul as well.
#7
Quote by loudog93
ernie balls are the best strings you can get.

Yeah, I prefer them too, but it all depends on the acidity of your hands. You might want to try .10's or .11's for fatter blues tone.
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oh yeah? well larry king the slayer guitarist owns bc rich guitars. (i think)
#8
DR coated strings. They sound the best, last the longest, and look the coolest.
#9
i use ernie ball .10 on my lp studio
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#10
d'addario flat wound pwn
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#12
ernie ball .10s never did me wrong when i had mine!
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