#2
Thicker strings allow your pinch harmonics to really scream...i think.
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#3
Basically:
Lighter strings = easier on the fingers, easer to bend but do not sound as full or poweful.
Thicker strings = better tone but tougher on the fingers, however, if you play with them for a long time you get used to it.

My choice is usually hybrids, which are basically a thin top 3 and a thick bottom three.
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Ah very good point. Charlie__flynn, you've out smarted me


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#5
thick strings are good for drop tuning like B standard, if you try to tune thin strings that low they will end up going floppy and incredibly out of tune
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