#2
i use DR black stallions. there amazing, and theyre coated so thay last longer.
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#6
D'addario .09 guages if you play mostly in standard, if you play primarilly drop tuning i would suggest the .10 guages.
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#8
I think ernie ball makes a 10-56 set without having to buy the extra string anyways. D'addarios are way to rough on the fingers for me, GHS boomers broke on the 2nd day for me.

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#9
god damnit its a ****ing preference. no one can say you will like these strings. when you change, buy a different pack till you find what you like
#10
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I think ernie ball makes a 10-56 set without having to buy the extra string anyways. D'addarios are way to rough on the fingers for me, GHS boomers broke on the 2nd day for me.

I'm a DR tite-wound man myself.


7 string can give you 4 wound strings vrs 3 wound, better for drop tunings , then the last two can either be skinny or thicker, more choices for same cost

Ernie Ball Strings seem to be better than the others for some reason
#11
Dr high brites
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#12
DR Pure Blues FTW!
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#13
Ernie Balls are durable as hell. I can swing around my guitar holding it by the strings, and not only do they not break, they stay in tune due to being in a Floyd Rose. Meaning they don't stretch.