#2
That feel good to you maybe?
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#3
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any idea?

Any. In the gauge you prefer the feel of.
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#4
And I would also say look for the brighter sounding strings.
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Zoom g9.2tt (for sale (NL))
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#6
I'd say Ernie Ball Super Slinky through Regular Slinky. Can't go wrong. Because of the longer scale of the strat, you might want to go with super slinky.

By the way, Billie Joe uses super slinkys, I'm pretty sure back in his strat days he still did.
Last edited by due 07 at Jul 16, 2010,
#7
I know Tom Delonge uses EB skinny Top Heavy Bottoms, and that's also what i'm using on my strat for almost every genre, but any 10's or 9's will work. i just recomend Ernie Ball.
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