#1
Edit: I use big wide and lots of vibratos

I've been using Dean Markley's Lights 9-42

I've been thinking about using Diaddrio's or big name brands with heavier gauges, because I use a 1.5 mm pick almost always

What are your preferences?
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Last edited by mEtAlORc at Aug 14, 2006,
#2
I have 12's on my guitar at the moment, but I'm switching back down to 10's because my vibrato has suffered greatly. That said, use whatever guage you're comfortable with.
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#3
Im using 9's at the mo but im gonna switch to 10's so i can produce a better clearer sound when i go through a legato phrase without bumming notes especially on the high e.
#4
Quote by adamtalman13
Im using 9's at the mo but im gonna switch to 10's so i can produce a better clearer sound when i go through a legato phrase without bumming notes especially on the high e.


Hammer on's and pull off's are actually easier on lighter strings.
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#5
Big ones.
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#6
All depends what tuning your using really, if your playing in standard, no point of throwing a set of 13's on there, and u obviously dont wanna use 9's in drop c..?