#2
IMO, I've always gotten the best feel with using either 10's or 11's. I prefer elevens if I tune down a step, but that's just caused I'm used to thicker strings, but it's up to you.
#4
i use 10's for E and D tuning with no problems at all.
P.R.S SE Custom

Line 6 Vetta combo
#5
24 3/4" or 25 1/2" scale guitar? Either way, at least 10's. Too thick tends to affect my playing... even though I'm a bassist.
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#6
11s
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#10
For my drop tuning guitar, I usually use Light tops/heavy bottoms. That has the G B and E strings as if from a 10 set, and the E A D as if from an 11 set.
#12
Go with some GHS 11 Gauge Boomer strings. I really think those strings were made for downtuning! Also Ernie Ball Slinkys (10s or 11s) are great too. I use those and I tune down to D and they both work fine. Happy choosing!
#13
i like using 9's for 1 step down (d standard) 10's for 2 step down and 11's for 3 step down because there is 0 resistance and you can bend a step or 2 more then normal cause of how light it is. there is 0 buzz on my guitars when i do that set up.
#14
DR Tite-Fit 11-50 is perfect for me.
Gibson Les Paul Custom
Fender American Tele

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Orange Rockerverb 50
Orange PPC412
#16
Dean Markley Blue Steel 10-46 or 11-52 always worked for me. Good feel, good sound, great string life. Ernie Ball Power Slinkies, too.
#17
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i use 10's for E and D tuning with no problems at all.

same
+ drop C