#1
Make strings in this gauge>?

11 or 12
15
23
31
43
and 54 55 or 56 haven't decided what would be best yet.

I tune to C# standard mostly, but every now and then I like to drop to B.
What do you think about that gauge? If I can even get them...
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#2
Ernie Ball's "Not even slinky"

012 .016 .024p = e, B, G

.032 .044 .056 = D, A, E

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#3
Quote by xxdarrenxx
Ernie Ball's "Not even slinky"

012 .016 .024p = e, B, G

.032 .044 .056 = D, A, E



That's what I have now... to thick, I can hardly get it to drop B with those..
I have a Floyd Rose to... I've also tried 11 through 52, which is to thin, so I though this..
"Could everyone please stop sounding like everyone else that's trying to sound like meshuggah?"

-Emil Werstler

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#4
I'm sure you can buy the strings seperately at your local music store?
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Quote by Woffelz
I'm sure you can buy the strings seperately at your local music store?



ok I was just unsure if they made strings in all sizes or not.
"Could everyone please stop sounding like everyone else that's trying to sound like meshuggah?"

-Emil Werstler

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Kurt Cobain, the best guitarist to ever live.