#1
I cant find any string manufactures that make odd numbered string gauges... for example they will have singles in .050 and .052 but not in .051

Does anyone know where I can find what I am looking for?
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#3
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Why do you need such an exact guage? How do you feel such a slight difference?



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#5
man I hate UG forum because this exactly^... It doesnt matter why just contribute/help me out. You already know the answer to that question... cus i'm a picky bastard that claims I can feel/hear the difference. The thing is... you can hear the difference, people way underestimate how strings contribute to their tone, even the slightest difference in thickness makes a difference.

Now I'd like to get back on topic.
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Shredding is having control over your instrument and being free of technical obstacles so your music is not limited by your playing ability.

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Classical Gas is when you fart and it smells like the inside of a violin. EVERYONE knows that. n00bs...
#6
dude, chill. how do you know, i have never seen a .51. have you? much less played one?
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#7
in the latest issue of guitarplayer, one of the guitarists from mastodon said that he had strings gauged 11-51 from a company called thomastik. best of luck. supoosedly they're the only brand that makes them