#1
On my Squier Strat I've been using bullet-end stainless steel Fender .009 strings but since the music store near me decides to throw all different kinds of strings on the same rack I accidentally picked up some ball=end stainless steel strings. I was wondering if the ball end strings would be any different from the bullet end strings and if I should do anything different when restringing the guitar with them.

I just got back from vacation and my strings are all rusted and need changing badly >.>
#2
im not sure but if i remember right, bullet ends are the fender types and they are meant for tremolo bridges (and hard tail ones that look like strat ones without the bar) but i use ball end on my fender copy and i dont really have any problems.
#3
nope they shouldnt be too different at all. just restring them as normal, and tbh you only need bullet ends if youre an insane trem user
#4
The bullet ends were made to go in the tremolo block of fenders. Doesnt mean it will create huge problems if you use ball end strings. I have ball ends in my fender, I dont like the fender strings. But stainless might tend to wear your frets down faster than regular strings will.
#7
they both work the same.

in addition, i also dont like fender bullet strings.
Jenneh

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