#1
I need to restring my Washburn but I have no idea which strings to go for. I play a lot of stuff, from metalcore to reggae, using drop tunings a lot. So I need strings that can cope well with all those styles.

So what make of strings should I get and what gauge?
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#2
I love elixirs personally, they cost a bit extra than most others but they last for ages and play/sound great (again, in my opinion). The only come in 2 gauges though, 9s and 10s. I use 9s mostly but only for tunings like standard and half step down. If you're going to start tuning lower than that I'd suggest getting the 10s so they're not too loose.
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#4
I might give Elixirs a shot, I've heard good things about them, same with Ernie Ball's. Currently I use D'Addario and while they're good and have been in the past I feel I could do with trying something else.
remember kids, you can't spell bass without ass

RIP Jimmy 'The Rev' Sullivan


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#6
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