#1
No pun intended, but do ernie ball 12-52 gauge strings have a wound g string? Do 12 gauge string sets in general have a wound g? Just to clarify i'm talking about electric guitar strings.
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#2
It varies. The Dunlop .12-.54 set is one of the few that comes with a wound G. I believe the Dean Markley Blue Steel set does too. The Ernie Ball .12s (Not Even Slinky) come with a plain steel G (.24g) which is dumb, because it does not feel right and is very stiff/ hard to bend
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#3
don't think so. Not Even Slinky (12-56) don't, and I have to buy an extra 24w (as well as a 18w B string )
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don't think so. Not Even Slinky (12-56) don't, and I have to buy an extra 24w (as well as a 18w B string )

A wound b?! Dang.
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#5
Dean Markley tends to have a wound string, up to .11

They are what I use, feel very even and even last a bit under my sweaty grip. Of course I wipe my guitar with a cloth.
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