#1
Scale Length 24 3/4" = 628mm
Radius 13 3/4" = 350mm

I want to keep playablity of lighter gauge strings while keeping warmer tone. And I hate having very bright tones. I want a Slash tone, well, kinda. My high E doesn't sound as good as the other strings, to be honest.
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#3
Seriously? 13s are damn heavy.
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#4
Probably .11's, I use those and they're pretty warm but it's not so bright that it's like ARGH! It's just a nice warm tone
#7
slash does it with his 11s. so i figured SRV did that with 25.5" scale guitars, so u can do it with a 24.75" scale guitar.
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#8
But SRV had strong fingers. I think I'll get .11s.
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#10
do this buy some d´addario or ernie ball skinny top heavy bottom(10-52)
they have the three high string(g, b, e) of a 10 gauge
and the thick string are from a 12 gauge i believe
or just 10s.
i actually have to guitars one with 10s and the other one with skinny top heavy bottoms