#1
Ernie Ball Slinky R.P.S gauge 11-48 I found them but what does gauge 11-48 mean? These are the strings slash has.
"Nice boys don't play rock n' roll" - Axl Rose in (Nice Boys cover)
#3
Seymour Duncan APH-1 Alnico II Pro
Vintage Gibson PAF

Which of these pickups does he use?
"Nice boys don't play rock n' roll" - Axl Rose in (Nice Boys cover)
#5
oh. well when I saw the Ernie Ball Slinky strings they had lots of different ones. Which ones should I get to play Rock?
"Nice boys don't play rock n' roll" - Axl Rose in (Nice Boys cover)
#6
Whichever ones are most comfortable and sound best to you. Each number represents a fraction of an inch, which is what thickness each string is.
Then there's this band called Slice The Cake...

Bunch of faggots putting random riffs together and calling it "progressive" deathcore.
Stupid name.
Probably picked "for teh lulz"

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#7
Any, from .009's to .011's really. They have different tones, but most can be used for rock.
#8
i use 9-42 super slinky from E. Ball, fine strings. but they do start to rust fast on me for some reason. Prolly cause its summer iam letting of sweat on the guitar, but yeah good strings
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#9
what size is good for playing Velvet Revolver songs (i.e. "She builds Quick Machines")?
"Nice boys don't play rock n' roll" - Axl Rose in (Nice Boys cover)
#11
those are super thin though aren't they. besides you said they rust quick, my fingers sweat too.
"Nice boys don't play rock n' roll" - Axl Rose in (Nice Boys cover)