#1
I have my SG that I play in standard and drop D tuning. I am buying an LTD EC-1000 that I'm gonna keep in drop C tuning. On my SG I use 11-49 strings. Just wondering what would be the best to use on the LTD for drop C and beable to keep good tension so it's not like playing wet noodles.
#2
i think 11's would suffice for C, if you like it tighter than that try some 12's
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#3
11-54 is good but if you want more tension than that go for 12-56
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#4
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i think 11's would suffice for C, if you like it tighter than that try some 12's

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#5
I think that Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom string work best for Drop C...I think that they are 10-51
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#6
i have D'addario (spelling??) 10-52 and they work great for drop C
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#7
I can do drop C with 11-48s on my SG, although I set my action and neck relief kind of high. If you have low action you may want to use thicker strings to avoid fret buzz if you hit the strings too hard.
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