#1
I have an Ibanez RG350EX. It will never say tuned in Drop C......only Dropped D. I dont know what the string gauge is.But im assuming its 9 because there thin-er compared to my Yamaha Pacifica wich has 10's.

I have a Floyd Rose Bridge and I remember the guy who sold it to me was saying that if I wanted a heavier gauge that there was some kind of mecanism to mess around with in the back of the bridge.....i'm not shure

What company and gauge of strings should i choose.

And jsut so you know, im going to my local music store to get the strings change because i dont want to **** anything up.

Please help
#2
i use Zack Wylde 10 gauge (Dunlop) on my Epi LP and I can hold drop C after hours of playing

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#3
trem aside, i dont think 9's will cut it for drop c...
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#4
Quote by lanzaa
trem aside, i dont think 9's will cut it for drop c...

He's probably right with this.

.09s won't do a very good job of holding Drop C. .10s will do OK, but you should really look for some .11s or .12s if you like drop tuning that much
#5
It doesn't really matter what company, but I'd get some 10-52s. I know D'Addario makes them, and so does Ernie Ball. If you can find them, I highly recommend DR. They're the best strings I've ever used.
Last edited by Holy Katana at Aug 4, 2007,