#1
Im sure that this has been asked before, if so, sorry about that.

Anyway, Ive got three guitars, ive got one of mine in Standard, one at halfstep and one at a fullstep. My band really wants to move into Drop C stuff, and i was wondering if i should buy Heavys for my guitar thats a fullstep down for drop c. and would there be much of a difference in the feel of the strings, right now all of mine have mediums
#2
You'd probably want to throw 12s or 13s on the guitar that you tuned for Dropped C.
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#3
if you do soloing stuff with string bending - go 11's. else, go 12's or 13s.
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#6
I use 010 Rotorsound Blues strings, and they work fine for drop C (the bottom is like 053 tho, a bit thicker than you usually have with 010)
#7
in my experience if you down-tune that low with medium-gague strings you loose tone. so go for thicker gauges, least on one of them
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#8
I personally use Ernie balls top light bottom heavy brand. Works enough for me
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