#1
Im Planning on putting Elixer Nanowebs 10-46 on my Ibanez XPT 700 Xiphos (when it gets to me), and To tune it to D Standard. Currently I have 9-52 D'Addarios on my Squier Strat without any FretBuzz in D Standard.

Think the Xiphos (Made in Korea) Would have good enough Craftmanship for No Fret buzz with Elixers .10-46?

Also, Ive heard these Strings give good Tone in general, So any truth to that? I know its Opinion, but any real Difference?
#2
While craftmanship does contribute to how bad the fret buzz can get, changing the string guage on any guitar is gonna knock it out of whack, even if it's just a little bit.

Just go ahead and try it, and if there's fret buzz, just set up the bridge/neck.

I've tried Elixirs on my acoustic - IDK if they'd be better for electric - but they do last longer than normal strings due to the protective coat, and on acoustic they tend to sound a lot brighter for a lot longer.
#3
Quote by ChucklesMginty
In my experience they sound and feel great, but aren't the best if you have a floating bridge.



How come?
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#4
Im not a pro on these things but if a fret buzz comes around then just adjust the tremolo unit a little bit up.

And last day i decided to put elexir strings on my Ibanez S320 and they work perfect !