#1
I've made a thread about this in the past, I got no help, just people making fun of me D:

I need a good string gauge for a 24.75 inch scale neck, going down to Drop Ab.
I like it tight. I mean, I use .13-.56 on drop c, and that's the heaviest gauge my local shop supplies :/
Please and thank you?
#2
Quote by TheDefected
I've made a thread about this in the past, I got no help, just people making fun of me D:

I need a good string gauge for a 24.75 inch scale neck, going down to Drop Ab.
I like it tight. I mean, I use .13-.56 on drop c, and that's the heaviest gauge my local shop supplies :/
Please and thank you?



i personally would never sting a short scale guitar that low. buy a barritone of some type. you would need the nut slotted, and possibly sattles, it probably wouldn't be worth it.
#3
Yup
a 27 inch scale guitar might be better for the tuning your going for dude >.<
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#5
Quote by TheDefected
I know exactly what I'd have to do. I'm just poor as balls right now, and I just got a place in an Acacia Strain esque band. :/


Well then you need to figure out how to get an Acacia Strain-esque guitar.

In the meanwhile you might be able to get by with a set of D’Addario XL157 .14–.68 baritone strings (I think only Amazon sells them), but even that probably won’t work on that tiny little scale.
#6
you have a seven string, the bottom string is normally a B.

either do that or get a barritone. agile makes a decent les paul styled one for $400.

i was actually thinking about picking one of those up.