#1
i have an ibanez rga121 prestige. i am looking for strings that give me a full metal sound, but i also want a crisp clear sound.
#4
the bridge on the rga121 is a little odd. i can tell you for a fact that a 10-60 set (like i use on my gio) will not fit through the bridge. a bigger problem, however, is the neck. the neck is incredibly thin, and wont even handle a set of 11s in standard tuning with the truss rod maxed out. if you arent downtuning, your stuck with a set of 10s. if you are, you still cant possibly go heavier than 10-52. i'd recommend dunlop strings, they seem to have a nice heavy sound from what ive encountered. hope this helps.
you know, ive owned 8 different guitars over my lifetime, and right now i have 3. i wanna know what the hell happened...i mean the picks and cables are understandable, they disappear into thin air all the time, but guitars?

#6
ELixirs are great. 10s.
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#7
9's or 10's. In general, I prefer 10's, they just sound fuller. I like DR or Didarios (sp?).
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#8
Quote by rhoadsfan92
the bridge on the rga121 is a little odd. i can tell you for a fact that a 10-60 set (like i use on my gio) will not fit through the bridge. a bigger problem, however, is the neck. the neck is incredibly thin, and wont even handle a set of 11s in standard tuning with the truss rod maxed out. if you arent downtuning, your stuck with a set of 10s. if you are, you still cant possibly go heavier than 10-52. i'd recommend dunlop strings, they seem to have a nice heavy sound from what ive encountered. hope this helps.



Really? JD from august burns red uses that as his main guitar and he plays in drop c

EDIT: I thought you ment you couldnt go heavier then 10's
Last edited by metalcorefan at Jul 26, 2009,