#1
Ive been using ernie ball strings for awhile now. I use the regular green ones. I play alot punk, rock, alt............ but i use my les paul for my classic rock, solos stuff. I got a tom delonge strat for playing my punk stuff. im thinkin bout putin skinny top heavy bottum strings on it. are these good for punk? Oh ya i play no Metal!
#2
um, they're strings? it's all about the feel you get from them. not like strings are genre specific.
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#3
skinny top heavy bottom are easy to finger and yet give the same tone of thicker strings
tom delonge also used them, so that should keep you happy too
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#4
i know. its just the reviews i read everyone said great for metal wich i dont play. and im just curious if anyone plays um to let me know if theyd be good for punk
#5
A stick and rock are great for punk...
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#6
^ you're a dick.

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Ive been using ernie ball strings for awhile now. I use the regular green ones. I play alot punk, rock, alt............ but i use my les paul for my classic rock, solos stuff. I got a tom delonge strat for playing my punk stuff. im thinkin bout putin skinny top heavy bottum strings on it. are these good for punk? Oh ya i play no Metal!


My experiance with EB Slinkies is that they break a lot, go out of tune fast, and go dead fast. Plus, I think of them more for single-coil pickups. but seriously...its all about your personal taste.
#8
yer i have a problem with EB slinkies and breaking, i stopped usin em now, kept snappin my top E string
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#9
I've used alot of different strings and the tonal difference isn't very noticable IMO, it's all about how they feel ... and that's a very personal issue.
#10
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I've used alot of different strings and the tonal difference isn't very noticable IMO, it's all about how they feel ... and that's a very personal issue.


Ya i have used most kinds of strings. and i allways came back to the Slinkies. If you keep them clean they last awhile on average i change mine every two weeks some ppl say i do alot of string changing but hey thats how i like to do it. The Strings last longer than that i just change them ou tof personal preference
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