Are the D'Addario strings bad for riffing ? or something.
Because since i switched from SIT .009 to D'Addario .010, i cant get my good heavy sound anymore..

any suggestions ?

Dave Mustaine used D'Addario strings for many years, so that proves you can chug it out on them. You may just have to adjust your tone a bit, as each string brand sounds different.
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yeah, i was thinking about ErnieBall Super Slinky.. i've had them on my old guitar, and it was good.
maybe next time ill try them out..
Last edited by TripleN666 at Nov 10, 2007,
with d'addario you can play any style - and they are very good
still a prefer ernies
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guitar: Schecter c1 classic
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box: Engl v30 4x12
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in future: ESP eclipse, PRS Custom 24...
I think the problem isn't in the strings ^^' I've always used D'Addario 10's and can get any sound I want on any style. You may just need to get used to them.
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