#1
i bought strings for my electric guitar around a year ago, i cant remember what they were called. it said slinky on the package which was pink. anyways the strings feel to loose, should i get thicker strings?
#3
i think they are 9-42s. it depends if you like them or not

i use the hybrid slinkys (10-46) after moving from those 9-42s. I like the hybrids much more
Last edited by Haustinj at Jul 24, 2010,
#4
Probably Ernie Ball Super Slinky's which are 9 gauge. What tunings do you play in mostly? If you play standard tuning then I would say 9s or 10s (although there are some people who swear by thicker stuff) but for drop tunings you are gonna want thicker strings so they don't get floppy.

EDIT: damn gotta learn to type faster haha
#5
pink is super slinkys (9 gauge) if u dont like them try ten gauge. i use tens on one of my guitars n 11s on the other jus cuz it came with em n i like the way they feel if you go higher than tens you might want to get your guitar re-set up as the thicker strings can cause neck issues
#6
check out the skinny top/heavy bottom ernie balls....really thick stuff for bassy, raunchy power chords and what not, and solid high end strings that don't feel like fishing line.
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#7
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i think they are 9-42s. it depends if you like them or not

i use the hybrid slinkys (10-46) after moving from those 9-42s. I like the hybrids much more


Just FYI...10-46 isn't the Hybrid slinky. The Hybrid slinky is 9-46.

10-46 is just their standard 10 gauge.
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