#1
i bought these in target awhile back and i havent used them yet, so i thought it would be a good idea to try them out since i havent changed my strings for around 7 months i think.

Anyone know if the .53 gauge will affect anything at all?
and
Are they so crappy that i should just stick with my old strings? lol
#2
Anyone know if the .53 gauge will affect anything at all?


Very doubtful. 12-53 is basically the standard string gauge for acoustic guitars.

Are they so crappy that i should just stick with my old strings? lol


Never heard of them. I cant imagine them being worse than 7 month old strings though...lol.
#3
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i bought these in target awhile back and i havent used them yet, so i thought it would be a good idea to try them out since i havent changed my strings for around 7 months i think.

Always be wary of strings bought in a superstore of any kind.
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Anyone know if the .53 gauge will affect anything at all?

Depends on the guitar and the old gauge of your strings. If your old strings were something like extra lights, you may need a relief adjustment. Your manufacturer should have some sort of information online as to the recommended gauge for strings on your particular guitar (though this is only really a guideline). I know that Seagull recommends light gauge strings on their guitars.
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Are they so crappy that i should just stick with my old strings? lol

No. You should replace your strings, especially considering their age. Next time spring for D'Addario or Martin.
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