#1
Are .09's good for playing in drop D? i was playing my teacher's SG in standard and the 9s he had on felt a lot better than the 10s I use with my Ibanez. I just wanna know if the low E string will still sound bassy enough to play in drop D.
#2
it is playable but I'd say 10s are better as they don't go as floppy.
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#3
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Are .09's good for playing in drop D? i was playing my teacher's SG in standard and the 9s he had on felt a lot better than the 10s I use with my Ibanez. I just wanna know if the low E string will still sound bassy enough to play in drop D.


You might just like the feel of the SG's scale and neck better, not necessarily the gauge of the strings...
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#4
the neck definitely didn't feel better, i think ill try putting 9s for GBE and 10s for EAD, that way i can still play in drop D.