#1
I bought some Super Slinkys yesterday and I love them. Slinkys have never given me up, never let me down.
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#2
.11 Elixers. I switched to them because my strings were too small, and I didn't like the twang.
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#3
I just use .10-.46 regular slinkys...

I used D'Addarios before hand though. .9-.42s
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#6
.11 gauge GHS Boomers. i use em for D standard tuning for my RR3. I find they sound very metallic and fat. oh, and there only $3.95 a set.
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#7
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Slinkys have never given me up, never let me down.


I use Power Slinkies currently. They've never run around and hurt me.
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#9
D'Addario 10's. Used to use regular slinkys, but the "twangy" sound of new strings didnt last very long
#10
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I use Power Slinkies currently. They've never run around and hurt me.

and they last long because ya know a full commitment is what I've been thinking of.
#11
D'Addario .08's....Always good to use.
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