#1
OK... i finally figured out how to string my Squire tele. i had the original stings the guitar came w/ form the now defunked Media Play for over a year (GASP) and im glad i finally changed them. I headed over to my local Guitar Center and the guy recomended i buy D'Addario XL superlights. those bastards were thin! at lest a gauge or two smaller then my last set. I picked up some D'Addario XL Blues/Jazz Rock strings and they work pretty well.

My Question is what is the best company when it comes to tele strings? im payin 5 bucks a pop on these things so they must be pretty good. id apperciate any help thanks.
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#2
I dig .11s, myself. GHS Boomers and Elixirs work very well, in my opinion.(Note: If you think $5 is bad, Elixirs are $10)
#3
i noticed some higher priced strings up on the wall. yea, the blues/jazz rocks are 11's. thanks for the help
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#4
hi one question: im playin a strat, with boomers, .10 strings. and im playin a les paul, with the streings that have been on it when i got it. now i wanna know which strings are good for an lp if you wanna make some good and hard punk(-rock)? thx for answers
#5
Quote by Fargalas
I dig .11s, myself. GHS Boomers and Elixirs work very well, in my opinion.(Note: If you think $5 is bad, Elixirs are $10)


you think thats bad were paying 30 aus dollars for a pack of elixirs be lucky that you can get them cheaper