#1
Does anyone here know what gauge and brand Jesper Stromblad of In Flames uses? i've been tryin to find out for a little while but sadly have had no luck any help would be greatly appreciated
#2
Screw what he uses, that won't help you. Try different brands and gauges and decide what YOU like.
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#3
Quote by Kevin Saale
Screw what he uses, that won't help you. Try different brands and gauges and decide what YOU like.

Right.

But as a suggestion, if you plan on playing some In Flames which would be in either Drop A# or C Standard you'd need a fairly heavy gauge. I use the Ernie Ball "Not Even Slinky" set (56-12) and I play (or try to play ) alot of In Flames. I'm learning The Mirror's Truth atm.
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#4
Quote by SOADwannabe
Right.

But as a suggestion, if you plan on playing some In Flames which would be in either Drop A# or C Standard you'd need a fairly heavy gauge. I use the Ernie Ball "Not Even Slinky" set (56-12) and I play (or try to play ) alot of In Flames. I'm learning The Mirror's Truth atm.


is the string tension sill pretty good way down in A# on those strings cuz the strings i use now (52-10 i think) get pretty wacky in that tuning thats why im lookin for a heavier gauge
#6
thats kool i'll have to give em a shot and see how they feel i've always wanted to learn some In Flames but my since my strings get all retarded its made it pretty hard
#7
I keep my guitar in C standard and use 7 string Power Slinky's without the high E string (14-58). There are several other sets that will get you there and if you're not happy with them, order packs of single gauges and put your own sets together.
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