#1
Alright ive got an ibanez with a floating bridge and lately my strings break all the time and i was thinking of i got a heavier gauge will they not break as much like last longer on them?

I know the bridge has got to be set up for it and all that but will the heavier strings be able to take all the beating from whammy use more than lights?
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#2
not really, even tho theyre thicker, ull be stretching them harder to get them in tune
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#3
it should help to put bigger strings on b/c the extra mass will help esp. with a tremelo.
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#4
Quote by Shredlet
Alright ive got an ibanez with a floating bridge and lately my strings break all the time and i was thinking of i got a heavier gauge will they not break as much like last longer on them?

I know the bridge has got to be set up for it and all that but will the heavier strings be able to take all the beating from whammy use more than lights?

IMO, Yes.