#1
I have a Fender CD-60 that has stock strings on it right now, but it has come time to replace them. Could any body tell me what the stock gauge would be, as
1) I quite like the gauge is on right now, and
2) I'm lazy and cba setting it up for a new gauge.

Many thanks.
#3
Quote by Noi21
I believe it comes with .11-.52's stock my friend


Thank you very much.
#4
Quote by Noi21
I believe it comes with .11-.52's stock my friend


Then you should do your homework first because you're wrong.
#5
Quote by robhc
I have a Fender CD-60 that has stock strings on it right now, but it has come time to replace them. Could any body tell me what the stock gauge would be, as
1) I quite like the gauge is on right now, and
2) I'm lazy and cba setting it up for a new gauge.

Many thanks.


Copied from Fender's site which you could have very easily found yourself. But at least you admit that you're lazy.

"Fender® Dura-Tone® 80/20 Bronze (.012-.052 Gauge)"
#6
My Fender acoustic came with 11-52 (new). Every Fender I played in shops also came with 11s.
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#7
Quote by Mad Marius
My Fender acoustic came with 11-52 (new). Every Fender I played in shops also came with 11s.

Did you measure each set or take the shop's word for it?
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#8
Quote by Kingyem0c0re
Did you measure each set or take the shop's word for it?


Yeah, I measured each set. And then I found this ant hill and gave each ant a thorough back-rub.

It's not that hard to tell the difference between string gauges by how they look/feel.
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Yes, but only in a way indistinguishable from random luck or the result of your own efforts.