#1
Not talking about gauge.
I'm not satisfied with my Daddario Bronze strings for studio recording, they sound too bright, and the sustain on the High E string is terrible.
Any suggestions ?

EDIT : Acoustic strings
Last edited by Darkshade666 at Jan 24, 2009,
#3
Ernie Ball Earthwood (light) are my choice, i find they are bright to start off, but settle very nicely once you break them in a bit, so stick them on a week or so before hand and play 'em in hard. Itll depend on your guitar, and your playing, but they also give me some tasty sustain and resonance
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#4
Eric Clapton Martin Signature strings are good. Definitely a good, well rounded string.
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