#1
Do strings really make any difference on tone? I usually use elixers 10 sets, but ive been looking at some chrome flatwound. does it really make a difference at all?

I play a squier strat through a vox ad15vt, and occasionally mess around with a zoom g1x multi effects. I realize my gear needs an upgrade, but im looking to achieve tone with anything i can no matter how small.
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#2
Elixiers are great for acoustic but not always the best choice for electric. Flatwounds are favored by jazz players and with a Squier I would assume you are not a jazzer. For goood rock strings, try GHS or Ernie Ball. Get a set with some beef to the high strings for really good tone. 12's have always been good to me. And yes, strings can make all the difference in tone.
#3
Strings can make a difference depending on the material there made of and there gauge. But imo nothing makes more of a difference than a new amp
#4
I play mainly blues, but I branch out into flamenco, jazz, metal, pink floyd.
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