#1
now, i gots me some 81.85's. i hear nickel strings work better than steels on emg's. true or not? oh and whats the difference in terms of tone? are nickel wounded string brighter?(btw im talking in terms of metal/heavy distortion)
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#2
HAHA i honestly don`t know.

ii play with 81/85`s too and use Dunlop 9`s used to us ernie ball hybrids

i`ve heard... (youtube vid) that blue steel are horrible for EMG`s... so im thinking any steel string is bad for EMG`s but i could be wrong
#3
Steel is generally brighter than nickel and has more bite to it.

And i doubt the difference in material would affect actives much at all.
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