#1
IM not that new to guitar, just dont understand some concepts like gauges, the sound differs how?

is it thinner- Crisper, Cleaner, Clearer

Thicker- Deeper, Distorted, More of a "BOWNG" sound (lol)
#3
umm...string gauges are mainly used to the player's comfort...whatever feels nice is what u use.

soundwise, u might be slightly right, but i don't think there's so much of a differnce.
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#4
thick is better for clean and thin better for distorted imo...but i get 10s or 11s always...i never get 9s or 12s
#5
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thick is better for clean and thin better for distorted imo...but i get 10s or 11s always...i never get 9s or 12s


thick strings in a clean channel sound awesome
#6
Thicker strings vibrate better so give you a fuller tone - any one note is made up of the fundamental, which is the main harmonic and gives the note its tonality, and lots of other, lesser harmonics. The more harmonics there are the fuller and richer the sound is. Some of these harmonics don't last very long, but thicker strings vibrate more and so they last longer - therefore you get a better tone from thicker strings. However, they can be a bitch to play on!
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