#1
What brand strings should I put on my Ibanez RG320? I think I want to get nines as I think it's got tens on it now but it's hard to do bends etc. I play all styles. I want something decent, but nothing too high or crazy, no more than £7.50 a set really. Keep in mind I'm in the UK.

Thanks,

Dave
Ibanez SZ320MH WBR (2004)
Ibanez RG320FM TL (2007)
JHS Vintage: V6SB (2000)
Tanglewood AJ870 AVS (1998)
Roland Cube 30X (2009)
#4
I personally like Knucklehead supermullet strings, black diamond strings, and d'addario regular light strings
PG > YWM

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#5
To be honest, it doesn't matter all that much, as long as you buy quality strings that are the right gauge for your playing. D'Addario, Ernie Ball, and Dunlop are the 3 main ones that I have tried. All of them are great, quality strings. Note that they DO sound a little bit different and feel a little bit different. I feel the most comfortable with Ernie Ball Regular Slinky strings (I play a Les Paul, 10s work great on 24-3/4 scale guitars).
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#6
DOn't give up on 10's because it's hard to bend now! It'll change with practice, believe me. I was a 9's guy for years and went for 10's for the increased tone they offer. It took a while but I can bend them silly now, vibrato is good and have recently gotten better add bend+vibrato which I really wanted to get down.
Moving on.....