#1
i just got a fender strat, i was wondering what a good brand of strings are for it, i like ernie balls for my les paul and paul reed, would they be good for a strat or should i stick with the bullets, love that twangy strat sound dont want to lose it . thanks
ibanez rocks
#2
Ernie Ball Slinky or GHS Boomers
Gear: Gibson SG standard EMG ZW pickups, vintage Acoustic combo, Boss ME-50, 12 string Ibanez.
#3
DR (last longer, sounds better), bullets are crappy, they're getting rusty very fast and your tone goes off after couple of hours.
My Rig:

+Epiphone AJ100 acoustic
+Fender 60th. Anniversary Stratocaster
+Vox AD30VT
+Vox V847a Wah


look all i wanted was for someone to give me advice on what to do not to slag me off ok

Want advice? Suck yourself off.
Last edited by dilbert_5150 at Feb 9, 2008,
#4
My signature set of GHS Boomers!

or just regular 10's are good. That's what I use...
"Strangers passing in the street, by chance two separate glances meet, and I am you and what I see is me."
#6
Definitely DRs. When I first tried the DRs a year ago, I never stopped using them. Quality strings. Cheaper too.

Yeah, I agree that the Fender bullets really suck. Used to have them on my strat, before I went through alot of changes, and finally stayed constant with DRs. Awesome strings.
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