#1
So im looking to get some new strings on my electric guitar. Its an epiphone sg. I'm looking for some strings a little bit on the heavier side. Something thatll be pretty easy to bend but not like way to easy to where i have to tune my guitar all the time. As for price im looking for something around $15-$25. Any suggestions?
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#2
what type of music do ya play?

what do you have on the guitar right now?
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#3
I play Things like blues and classic rock. The strings I used to have on there right now I forgot what were called they're like boomer somethings I think. Ill try and find out.
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#4
id suggest ernie ball slinkies .11 or .10

sound great with plenty of pick bite
as ur playin an sg, im gessin acdc, cream?
#5
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#6
If you play hard rock or metal I recommend GHS Zakk Wylde Guitar Boomers. The great thing about them is the top E string is extra thick so when your playin power chords it gives you some extra crunch. I've been playin guitar for 8 years and it's the only strings I play there badass. Plus the only cost about $7 dollars a set.
#7
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If you play hard rock or metal I recommend GHS Zakk Wylde Guitar Boomers. The great thing about them is the top E string is extra thick so when your playin power chords it gives you some extra crunch. I've been playin guitar for 8 years and it's the only strings I play there badass. Plus the only cost about $7 dollars a set.

What guage are they? Im looking for something thats definitely not light.
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#8
I like ernie ball power slinky's, they're 11-48
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#12
D'adarrio has a great deal where you can get 25 sets of strings for something like 60 bucks. 25 strings, that should last you for a year if you change strings twice a month or once every two weeks.
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#14
I use Ernie Balls, the worst strings ever.
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#15
What makes Ernie Balls so bad? I use the 10 gauge set and the seem alright to me. I tried the GHS boomers 10 gauge and i didnt like them near as much.
#16
^^^I like Ernie Ball, too. I was being a bit sarcastic.
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#17
The sound is fine, but they rust mucho fasto. For me, at least. I went through three sets in a month.
#18
^^^That's true, they die rather quickly.
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