#1
I recently purchased a Blueridge BR-43 000 guitar and it is amazing. The problem is the strings. They are straight from the factory and are like .13s. What gauge would be good for them? It has X-Bracing if that helps.
#2
Are you just starting to play? If so, start out with lights and work your way up to the heavier gauge strings. I use mediums on my guitars. Otherwise, it's really personal preference (although heavier gauge strings do sound better, in my opinion).
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#6
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#7
With my Blueridge I worked my way down from 13's and eventually settled on 10's. The sound gets a bit muddy on anything bigger. Plus the tone is significantly deeper than it was when I bought it so the lighter strings keep alive some of the initial brightness that was prevalent when I bought the guitar.