#1
Getting a new set of strings. Going to increase gauge. Currently, I have 10-13-17-26-36-46. But I was thinking about 12-16-24-32-42-52. But so far, I only use Drop C tuning. So for that I was thinking just 11-14-18-28-38-44. So, the 11's, or the 12's?
#2
Im pretty sure that the higher the gauge, the better they will perform at lower tunings, such as drop C. So if you only play drop C, then I would get the 12's.
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#4
I like ernie ball skinny top heavy bottoms

im pretty sure they're 10-52 (maybe 11-54 or something)

they're really nice, tight enough not to buzz or feel wierd, but loose enough to get some gnarly bends in. (I play in drop C too btw)

I tried the beefy slinkies (pretty sure they're 12-56) and I didnt really like the thickness or tightness, it was really hard to bend my gnarly pinch harmonics.

So I would say just get some ernie skinny top heavy bottoms, they feel great =)

anyways on topic

get the 52s if you want drop C, 46s are going to be REALLY loose, especially on the low E, so out of those to, get the 52's hands down

btw. higher guage=thicker and tighter
#5
So that's two on the 12's. Getting the 12's today then after school. I just have to borrow my cousin's file to file down the nut a bit.
#6
Quote by EvoXM
Getting a new set of strings. Going to increase gauge. Currently, I have 10-13-17-26-36-46. But I was thinking about 12-16-24-32-42-52. But so far, I only use Drop C tuning. So for that I was thinking just 11-14-18-28-38-44. So, the 11's, or the 12's?

if you only use Drop C tunings, then 12 could be a better idea....