#1
What strings should I put on my stiletto custom 5? Anyone know what the stock strings are? It has a 35" scale but its not a string through body so I wouldn't think it would need any extra long strings. Any recommendations?
#2
get coated strings.

no really. do it.

Elixer or cleartone, I think elixer is cheaper.
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#4
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Rotosound Stainless Steel long scale ftw.

I'll agree with this
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#5
Before i blindly suggest my favourite set of strings that everyone else seems to do in this situation, i'm going to ask what tone are you trying to achieve TS?

Strings change your tone a lot, so it really does depend on what you are after.

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#6
I hate nickel strings, but coated nickel gave the cleanest punchiest tone with my Schecter.
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#7
I just got a Studio-5, and one i strung it up with Roto Swing 66s, I had the best tone of any bass I've ever played. So that's always a good option.
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