#1
I have a set of .10-.46's and need to know before putting them on a Floyd Rose and potentially waste time having to take them off instead of just going out and buying a higher gauge.

BTW:They're Ernie Ball Regular Slinkies,if that makes any difference.
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#4
Nah man, I had 12-53 on an acoustic with a 25" scale and they couldn't go drop A. I'd say 13-56 or 58. Good luck man.
#5
I don't know guys,I've gone to C# easy with 10's,and my friend even went as far as drop-b.
My Gear:

ESP MH-201

Marshall 100watt JVM410C+Marshall Plexi 1959SLP Head

Line6 POD UX2+Farm

Shitty Yamaha acoustic from Costco bought 6 years ago.
#6
I have .12's on b standard and they feel like noodles. Get .13's
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#7
I need at least .12–.62 just to play in B on a baritone guitar. Using .10s on a regular guitar would sound horrible and not be especially playable.
#8
I played drop A on my G-400 with 10's and it was fine... :S
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#9
Hmm,I might just take your word for it,I'm putting them on an ESP MH-201,and I assume it should be fine,I'll post results tomorrow,thanks guys.
My Gear:

ESP MH-201

Marshall 100watt JVM410C+Marshall Plexi 1959SLP Head

Line6 POD UX2+Farm

Shitty Yamaha acoustic from Costco bought 6 years ago.
#10
I'd want at least a .65 for that low A. At least .70 if it's shorter than 25.5" scale.

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