#1
1. For Drop C tuning do I have to get different strings?
2. What is a very good brand of strings to get?
3. RG350DX, what gauge strings?
4. Should I buy an actual floyde rose and put it on my guitar?
5. Would it be hard to replace the bridge by myself?
6. OR should I pay someone to do it, how much money?
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#2
1. Yes-- Heavy gauge.
2. The string brand depends on your style and what you want to sound like.
3. See #1.
4. I'd have a professional put it on...
5. Yes, if you aren't experienced.
6. Yes, and the price-- I'd have no idea. It would vary, I'm surmising.
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#3
Thanks, I play metal and stuff like As I Lay Dying. So wanna link me to some strings please...I'm a string noob.
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#4
1. You don't have too, but it helps with tension
2. Personal preference, shop around.
3. Again, personal preference, some people are fine with .10s, others need .12s
4. If you plan on doing tons of crazy Floyd stuff, such as ripping off Dime or Vai
5. Not that hard
6. Do it yourself, you'll learn alot and its easy.
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#5
Quote by Glare
1. Yes-- Heavy gauge.


I can do C standard, which is lower than drop C, with 9s. There's not a lot of tension, but it feels good on my fingers. You don't need heavy strings.
#6
Quote by Moose45
Thanks, I play metal and stuff like As I Lay Dying. So wanna link me to some strings please...I'm a string noob.

I would reccommend DR's. Get some 11's or 12's.

Edit: And yeah, you don't NEED heavier gauge strings. They stay in tune better, but they're a little harder to play. I like using 10's in dropped tunings, they're really loose.
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