#1
For my new Ibanez I got 11 gauges since my Fender could no longer play at drop C without a bunch of buzz. For some reason I love these thick ass strings. It's such a warmer sound it seems like, especially good for fast p.m.ing used in bands like SOAD.
#3
congratulations on this thread..haha
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#5
i use .11's for standard tuning, and .12's for goin to drop c sometimes, but yeah, they give a beefier sound...is there a point to this thread or have i wasted my energy in typing this?
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#6
I like how the thread title is a question.


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#7
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i use .11's for standard tuning, and .12's for goin to drop c sometimes, but yeah, they give a beefier sound...is there a point to this thread or have i wasted my energy in typing this?


There is no point what so ever to this thread, why do these kids keep doing threads on using heavier guage strings and using drop whatever tuning as if it's something special, it ain't, just get on with playing the ****ing guitar.
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#8
I use .11s, upped it from a set of .09s a few months ago so I could play slide better. more resistance, and it's nice having a bit more acoustic volume when playing unplugged.
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