#1
I have switched between the two and not sure I notice a big tone difference like eveyone says.
Do you notice any difference in tone between 9's and 10's?
#2
Nope, none at all. String gauge really won't make much difference unless you're doing a big change like .09s to .12s.
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#3
A little bit, it's not huge like some people say. Now if you went from 9's to 13's it would be a very noticable difference. Some people say they can tell the difference between monster and mogami cables and stuff like that. They are bsing.
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#4
Honestly when I went from .10s to .11s, I noticed a big tonal difference. Much fatter.
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#5
I've not noticed a significant difference in tone when switching from .009's to .010's, and then from .10's to .011's. Rather, what does seem to change drastically is the unplugged and plugged-in volume of the guitar, with thicker strings being louder.
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#6
Acoustic: Yes
When plugged in: I cant tell the diffrence really.
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#7
yeah, quite a bit. though that might be psychological because of the feel, and the different feel may be making me play differently, too. but i can definitely notice a difference, whatever that difference is.
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#8
It will feel thicker because you have to pick harder due to the thicker strings. It could possibly be just the fact you are picking harder.
#10
The tone often sounds thicker, and nicer to my ears. However I feel the effect is lessened because at first most your concentration is spent acclimatising to the new strings.