#1
I learned to change them but i have a question
what string gauge do guitars usually bring?
i wanna buy new ones for my strat
#2
It's all up to personal preference and how strong your fingers are. If you've never changed the strings on your guitar, they've probably got 9's, maybe 10's.
#4
Most likely your guitar has 9's in it.

The thicker strings have a better tone IMHO, while the thinner strings are easier to play fast and bend on but give a really weak tone. Although, if you use EMG's, I suppose it doesn't even matter.
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#6
probably 9s are the stock strings.
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#7
If you go too far either way when you buy new strings (like say from a 9 to an 11) look to having to adjust the tremolo (if you have one) and possibly the truss rod as well. I have used 8s and 9s on my strat with not much of an adjustment on the trem and no adj to the truss rod but if I put 10s or 11s the truss needs to be adj and definately the trem.
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