#2
strings are strings
get wat ever you want, you will replace them in 2 or 3 months anyways, spend like 10 bucks on them if you like them keep playing with them, if you dont then just get new ones. experiment and find the sound you like
#3
strings are whatever you prefer.
i use GHS boomers but just experiment and find which ones sound best for you and your style
#4
Ewww i find Gibson strings are TERRIBLE!!! They break so easy, even when tuning up while restringing.

But that's just me
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#5
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Ewww i find Gibson strings are TERRIBLE!!! They break so easy, even when tuning up while restringing.

But that's just me


i got to second that.


i have had two gibsons, both bought new with gibson strings on and they were AWFUL in the extreme. they rusted within a few days and the top E on the one guitar actually had kinks in it.
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#6
Quote by the_man101
strings are stringsget wat ever you want, you will replace them in 2 or 3 months anyways, spend like 10 bucks on them if you like them keep playing with them, if you dont then just get new ones. experiment and find the sound you like



your an idiot
#7
For strings, i'd just stick to great manufacturers, D'adds or Slinkies.
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#8
ok, thx, but um, can i put baritone strings on a regular guitar? cuz i think the powerlines are baritone