#1
I play funk and blues a lot so my strings can get kinda frayed from the muting and stuff. Is there an ideal gauge for playing funk guitar?
Squier by Fender Telecaster SSH
Epiphone Les Paul Custom
VOX Wah-Wah Pedal
Boss DS-1 Distortion Pedal
Boss DD-7 Delay Pedal
DIY Distortion
Fender Frontman 65R Amp
Funk/Blues/Jazz/Rock
#2
D'addario 10's with an 11' on the top E-it works fine for me
My Gig Rig...

Fender Straocaster or Gibson Les Paul Slash Special -->Lovepedal Amp 50 --> Boss DD-3 --> Crybaby(soon to be Wh10 reissue) --> Big Muff PI --> Boss DS-2 --> Marshall JCM 900
#4
DR all the way, i use 11s because of the tuning im in but it also gives it a nice thinkness but you might watn 10s or 9s for that^^
#5
Quote by ChiliFan01
D'addario 10's with an 11' on the top E-it works fine for me


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#6
Quote by flashmdg
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Well yer,but for once i did it before i found froosh did it
My Gig Rig...

Fender Straocaster or Gibson Les Paul Slash Special -->Lovepedal Amp 50 --> Boss DD-3 --> Crybaby(soon to be Wh10 reissue) --> Big Muff PI --> Boss DS-2 --> Marshall JCM 900
#7
So it's better to use heavy gauge strings?
Squier by Fender Telecaster SSH
Epiphone Les Paul Custom
VOX Wah-Wah Pedal
Boss DS-1 Distortion Pedal
Boss DD-7 Delay Pedal
DIY Distortion
Fender Frontman 65R Amp
Funk/Blues/Jazz/Rock
#8
depends on the kinda sound you want, if you want a smoother more rounded out tone, yes, but if you want a more sharp or thinner tone, lighter gauges are what you need