#1
does anyone now what the best type of strings are for mostly stuff like pinch harmonics, tapping and basically easy bending, yet i dont want them to go out of tune
#2
It really doesn't make a difference.
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#3
guage is what matters not brand
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#4
10's or above will hold tuning better than 9's IMO. Of course your Tuning stability has to do with a couple of factors.

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If your properly Stretching the strings when you string it (15 minute job at least).
Proper bridge and tuning key maintenance.
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#5
the material and gauge would make a difference. i suggest 9s or 10s nickel plated strings like daddario exl. stretch your strings first so they wont go out of tune.
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