#2
pretty much gauges are the same regardless of brand for tension and such, Stevie Ray Vaughan played with .13s in Eb standard and had ridiculous bends, its all in your hands
Gear:
Epiphone Explorer (Lucy)
Jay Turser Les Paul
1986 B.C. Rich Mockingbird N.J. Series w/Kahler Flyer Trem
Squier Strat
Washburn Lyon Acoustic
Charvel Bass
Fender Frontman 212
Dunlop Original Cry Baby
#3
Pair?! You only use 2 strings?


Ernie Balls are generally a bit looser feeling than other brands.
#4
Its pretty much just hand strength dude. I play Light Top Heavy bottoms and bend just fine.
#5
Quote by Stryker125
Its pretty much just hand strength dude. I play Light Top Heavy bottoms and bend just fine.

This. I used gauge 10 super slinkies and i can bend just fine
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#6
strings gauge is always an excuse whent it comes for bending, play with 011 strings for a month and then change to 010 or 009, you will master the bending then...
#10
Quote by forsaknazrael
if you find it difficult to bend, then you need to work out your fingers!


Six months in a pizza shop or bakery oughtta do it.
#12
It's not just strength lolfaces. You bend with your wrist, not your fingers right? And lock your fingers together?
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