#1
I have always been big into playing standard C and Drop A# I'd say I have been playing these tunings a year maybe more and have yet to find a good set of strings to match the low tunings. I refuse to use any slinkys because they sound like garbage I'm looking towards mixing DR's with dunlop or something since no good string companys make a 12 gauge set or anything. Any suggestions??
My Gear:
LTD EC-1000 (duncan jb/jazz)
Schecter SLS (EMGs)
ESP Horizon
6505 head
Marshall 1960lead cab
Boss noise gate
maxon od808
boss chorus
boss de-7
Dunlop strings and tortex 1.14s
#2
GHS strings check them

i use the ghs progressive dave mustain signature set they are 11 - 52
Last edited by TheEmoStrangler at Jul 14, 2008,
#3
you might look into baritone guitar strings, some from d'addario
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#5
those are nice but i don't like the 3rd string being wound and jazz strings have that and 11-52 is too small i know already haha
My Gear:
LTD EC-1000 (duncan jb/jazz)
Schecter SLS (EMGs)
ESP Horizon
6505 head
Marshall 1960lead cab
Boss noise gate
maxon od808
boss chorus
boss de-7
Dunlop strings and tortex 1.14s
#6
Dean Markley blue steel 13-56 is wat i use and they kick ass
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#7
i use dunlop zakk wylde icon heavy

those are TIGHT!!!!

i have used them tuning in both drop C and drop B and they maintain preety damn well
Guitar- ESP LTD Kh 602
ESP LTD Ex-50

Amp- Randall rx75r
Vox AD30VT

Equipment- Dime Crybaby From Hell
Korg PX4D Pandora

Drums- groove percussion set with zht cymbals and remo heads