#1
im gonna by some new strings in a few days and i want to be able to play in drop c & d without them being all loose and ****. so are these good??
http://www.guitarcenter.com/shop/product/buy_ernie_ball_2215_nickel_slinky_skinny_topheavy_bottom_electric_guitar_strings?full_sku=100096764

and what gauge should i get them in. im not too experienced
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#2
youwill want to get at least 0.11's , the heavier the gauge themore stable ure tuning will be and the better your sound will be with lower tunings. i recomend elixer 0.11's
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#3
i use gauge 11 and they work fine
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#4
i think the only gauges on these are 10, 13, 17, 30, 42 & 52. would 10 work just as good as 11??
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#5
10's will never stay in tune as 11's... thats just the way it is
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#6
ok so what about 13. are those too big for a 'beginner'
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