#1
I decided to try the DDT's and I regret it. I usually play D'Addario Jazz mediums, which are .13 to .56, and the DDT's are .13 to .65. They suck. The E and B strings are fine, but the G string is super flabby. The E, A, and D strings are all way to thick, and if I tuned any lower the G, B, and E would all be too flabby. I had my guitar in drop Bb, and the open Bb sounded really nice and ballsy, but it was soo hard to play. Anyone else try these?
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#2
I use em and I love them. I think there just tight enough and have a nice bite and sound. But just my opinion...
Gear
Guitars-
Paul Reed Smith SE Custom
Paul Reed Smith Mike Mushok Baritone
Squire Bullet
Carlos Acoustic
Epiphone Banjo
Amps-
Mesa Boogie DC-5
B-52 LS-100 and Matching cab
and tons of miscellaneous stuff
#3
they are great.
the ddt's are a drop tuning set. the d'addario's are a E standard set.

that's why its all weird.
Prs se Holcomb is the answer
#4
it felt like i was using 2 halves of 2 different sets of strings. id like to try the 11's one day and see how they are.
Schecter Blackjack SLS C-1 Active
Schecter Damien w/ Seymour Duncan Distortions
Peavey 6505+ 112
Blackstar HT-1RC
Visual Sound Double Trouble
Line 6 M-5
#6
The .65 on the low Bb is nice and I kept it but the F and the Higher Bb were too tight.
Schecter Blackjack SLS C-1 Active
Schecter Damien w/ Seymour Duncan Distortions
Peavey 6505+ 112
Blackstar HT-1RC
Visual Sound Double Trouble
Line 6 M-5