#1
I play in drop D/E standard most of the time (metal lol), no lower though. Just got a cheap ESP (the ec-50) but I absoloutely love it (and hey, that's what matters right? well it has some fret buzz on it, and I'm taking it to get setup today. Would lighter or heavier gauge strings help this problem? I'm thinking of getting some D-darrios, or whatever they're called.

Anybody got a better idea?
My gear
Ibanez RG7321
Jackson Warrior WRXT *FS/FT*
Jasmine J35
Squier Fender P-Bass
Ibanez TBX150H
Crate 4x12
Fender Rumble 60


Part of UG's 7 STRING LEGION
#2
try top heavys, they;re 10 - 52 good for metal, but still quite nice and slack on the thinner strings
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#3
i myself, for drop d/e standard, use 10-46, and 10-52 for our drop c songs.
Gear

Gibson Shred-X Explorer
Epiphone Negative Explorer w/ EMG 80/60
ESP LTD EC QM200
Ibanez RG321 w/ EMG 81/60

Peavey 5150
Mesa Boogie 4x12 Slant cab

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#4
Thanks guys. Hopefully he sets up this guitar right, nothing I hate more then ****ing fret buzz!

Could it be the way the guitar was made? Like are cheaper guitars prone to it? It only cost about 260 USD.. maybe I'm going to have to accept it.
My gear
Ibanez RG7321
Jackson Warrior WRXT *FS/FT*
Jasmine J35
Squier Fender P-Bass
Ibanez TBX150H
Crate 4x12
Fender Rumble 60


Part of UG's 7 STRING LEGION