#1
looking to buy agood, durable, country sound string for a Fender strat. ratherb than Fender bullets-give me some pointers guys and gals-thanks!
#2
I'm bigtime into country and Fender Bullets work fine on my Tele and Strat. I like Elixir Nanoweb strings on my acoustics.
#3
Albert Lee uses Ernie Balls.

You should use Ernie Balls.
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#4
I play country. I use Ernie Ball. Use those.


EDIT: What the guy above me said, Albert's more important.
#5
Any roundwound strings would work well. A thicker gauge would give you a snappier tone
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#6
Quote by bingeandletgo
Any roundwound strings would work well. A thicker gauge would give you a snappier tone

Although that would make bending more difficult, and country is all about the bends.

I'd try to find the brightest string you could find. I'm pretty sure using pure steel instead of nickel-plated steel would get you a much brighter sound. So something like D'Addario Pro Steels, maybe.
#8
Quote by bingeandletgo
Any roundwound strings would work well. A thicker gauge would give you a snappier tone


Disregard this post. Men with thick strings don't play country.
#9
Quote by rooster456
Disregard this post. Men with thick strings don't play country.


I have thick strings, own a telecaster and use hybrid picking. Do I count?
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