#1
for example i have stock ghs boomers nickel wound 10-46 right now.... i have 3 new packs of dr pure blues (pure nickel) 10-46
will it be easier/harder to play on new strings
#2
It sounds like it will be a different sound, but i doubt it would be any easier or harder to play on.

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Ibanez RG370DX
Peavey Valveking 112 (w/ Bad Monkey and GE-7 EQ)
#4
Quote by VivaLaJam
I find new strings easier to play on and also better tone, just my opinion though.

Same, but its all personal preference.

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Peavey Valveking 112 (w/ Bad Monkey and GE-7 EQ)
#5
i cannot tell you because i´ve always used nickel wound strings
Gear:
LTD MH-1000
Ibanez RG350EX
ibanez GSA60
Line 6 Spider III 30W
Peavey ValveKing 112
Boss GE-7 EQ
Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Chorus
Digitech RP350
#6
it will sound different. and i find drs strings play and feel better then GHS... every brand has a different feel and sound to them.. some are bright some sound muddy etc...
Guitars: IBANEZ RGA42FM
Strings: Elixir Nanoweb 9-42
AMP'S: Peavey Vyper
Effects: Zoom G3
#7
If you adjust the action properly for a different gauge, anything is good. When I changed the strings on my Ibanez to a different gauge, it didn't play as good, but I adjusted it and it feels 1000X better.