#1
hey i just got a set last night.
i geuss i like them so far, i just have to get used to them.
ive been playing guitar for a couple years now and i have an epiphone les paul.

SOOO this whole bulletin is basicly,

what are your opinions on these strings?
#3
The ones that come in a retardedly huge gauge?
They're dumb.
Actually, all signature strings are dumb.
#8
holy christ himself, .72 gauge E that's either impressive or incredible
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#9
man my stupid arse put em on my hellraiser... not too satisfied lol
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#10
I use the 10-60 set on my Gryphon, and I love them. Better bottom end than D'Adarrios
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#11
i only use them when i tune to Drop A or B! for that there great. Ghs strings have been teh best string for me and allways will be the best!
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#12
wow .72.........I'm a wimp i use .40 for my low e (ernie ball slinkys)
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#13
I put a set of Zakk Wyldes on an Epiphone Les Paul Studio at work and i had to file down the E and A nut slots to fit the insanely large strings. He had a 70 gauge E and a 52 gauge A. If you do use heavy ass strings like that you deffinately need to drop your tuning. The highest tuning i would tune to with those strings would be a whole step down from standard DGCFAD. But even in that tuning its still hard as **** to bend them and you can feel the tension in the strings and it might have lasting effects on the guitars neck. So just be careful.
#14
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I put a set of Zakk Wyldes on an Epiphone Les Paul Studio at work and i had to file down the E and A nut slots to fit the insanely large strings. He had a 70 gauge E and a 52 gauge A. If you do use heavy ass strings like that you deffinately need to drop your tuning. The highest tuning i would tune to with those strings would be a whole step down from standard DGCFAD. But even in that tuning its still hard as **** to bend them and you can feel the tension in the strings and it might have lasting effects on the guitars neck. So just be careful.

i bend a 68 like crazy. you just need to get used to the gauge. dont be a girly man
#15
Ouch....i only use a 62 on my low B of my 7 string.....i'd love to experiment with heavier strings ut it's just too much hassle as im pretty satisfied at the moment.
#16
People will tell you that you cant do this.. or that sucks etc etc but the bottom line is..

I play alot of downtuned stuff..mainly death metal/industrial metal

I love the lo -tunes on a standard scale..i threw some on a strat ..file the nut slightly to accomodate them and gave the truss a tiny tighten
these strings seem like they were made for B to B or drop A.E.A.D.F#.B ..
in this tuning you get that quick return of the string for fast picking.
you can set up with low action, bend and squeal great and still maintain a nice tight bottom end without having to have hulk fingers
PERFECT!!!

ive dumped my baritone (balance issues) ...and my 7 string (still cant get used to it) and gone back to a standard scale with this setup.
also you dont want to start modding your guitars yourself..grab an old plank and experiment.
hope thats been some help
#17
The sum-b!tches rust faster than Petrucci's metal solos.... hence.... they rust damn fast.
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#18
You do realise if you manage to fit those strings into the nut then you'll need a new nut fitted if you plan on using normal gauges afterwards.
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#19
I have had those strings then used normal gauged ones afterwards with no nut problems.