#1
im scared to change the strings on my american strat as they are so smooth and awesome. i got them with my guitar so i think they are the stock strings. what strings could i put on that would be similar?
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#2
Fender Bullet Strings, D'addario EXL110 or the best is Elixir Nanoweb Light Gauge Strings but they're the most expensive
#3
Try elixers or Dunlops.
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#5
All Fender guitars come equipped with Fender stock strings (if not Fender USA). In your case, it's a Fender Stock (or USA) 9-42 strings. What major is your music style? If it's heavy metal, I'd go with Dunlop strings. If you are mostly a do-it-all guy, then a D'addario or Ernie Ball string set would be my personal choice. Guitars equipped with passive pickups work with any string models, as long as they are strung well and set-up properly. If this is your first time, I recommend that you go to a luthier and have him set up the guitar for you.
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...If this is your first time, I recommend that you go to a luthier and have him set up the guitar for you.


Yet TS has a 2005 registration date???
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#7
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Yet TS has a 2005 registration date???

Sorry, what were you trying to mention again?