#1
i would like to know what guitar strings my guitar is using..they're 9's but i want to switch to 10's or something. the end (the colored part that keeps it in the bridge) is gold looking but i dont know what strings these are. i like them because they feel really smooth on my fingers and easy on the picking hand (don't use a pick sometimes).

if you know of better strings that would also be helpful. Thanks!
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#2
Lots of string manufacturers use the gold ends. I only know of D'Addario that do anything different - they assign different colours to each string. And they feel pretty nice. Rotosounds are also good strings - I'm using those at the moment.
#3
Which guitar are you talking about? If the strings are originally what came with the guitar, best bet would be to check with the manufacturer to see what they use.
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#6
Are the ends circular or bullet shaped??
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#7
the ends are circular. when i meant already on it i meant the owner put them..its a '98..i highly doubt it's still fender's.

another thing is the G isn't wound like E A and D.
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#8
^ That's normal for electric guitar strings. Until you get to 12s, you don't really see wound G strings. Best thing to do is just get a couple of different sets and try them out, then decide which you want to stick with.