#1
The only reason right now why I'm using Rotosound Nickel 9's is that my guitar came with a free pack , so I haven't compared them to anything else, but they feel OK. Anyone else here use them?

On various sites that sell Rotosound strings it says: "Used and endorsed by famous artists worldwide."

So which famous guitar players use them?
#2
Frank from Gallows does, as does one of the guys from BFMV, there are loads more
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#3
Matt From Bullet For My Valentine uses Rotosound Rotoblues strings and it seems to work for him

Ah, beaten to it
#5
pink floyd
the who
electric light orchestra
bullet for my valentine
fanz ferdinand
kasabian
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#6
Mr. Hendrix, The Who, Pink Floyd, ELO, those kind of people.
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#8
Thanks, all... someone just also pointed me to: http://www.rotosound.co.uk/endorsees.html

As a follow up question, should one aim to move up from 9's to 10's at some point? 10's are called regular so presumably this is what most people use.
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#9
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Thanks, all... someone just also pointed me to: http://www.rotosound.co.uk/endorsees.html

As a follow up question, should one aim to move up from 9's to 10's at some point? 10's are called regular so presumably this is what most people use.

Quick tip:

Its not always best to go by what people say, what others use, or what the name of something is...

Buy the 10s and see if you prefer them to the 9s or not - thats the best thing you can do
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