#1
I was wondering, what is the thickest a guitar string can get without being considered "baritone" material? .065?
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Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
BOSS BF-3, TU-2
#2
I know people who use **** like .85 for a guitar.

There isn't really a "baritone" string. In reality a baritone doesn't really need bigger strings, it's extended so you can play lower tunings with the same tension.
#3
i have a guitar strung up with 2 strings. a .65 and a .45. I play that guitar with a drum stick
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1965 Fender Mustang not a RI
Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass

Peavey Classic 50
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#4
Ernie Ball do a .074 gauge electric guitar string, which I'd assume would be ideal for very low tuned 7 strings or perhaps an 8 string.
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#5
yeah i used a pack of zakk wylde strings that used 74 gauge, i like the darker tone but hard as **** to bend