#1
Ok, the Searchbar didn't help me much on this...

What would be the difference between Ernie Ball Regular Slinky (10 Gauge) strings and Dean Markley (10 Gauge) on an electric guitar? I've heard that Ernies have more of a chunkier tone or something?
#3
You won't hear a difference. Just a 'fresh new strings' tone til they dull
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Is there such a thing as a heavy riff with out chugging on the e string?
#4
beings they are the same gauge, the only difference is in the type of metals used making either a brighter/crisp or warmer/mellow sound
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#5
u just gotta keep tryin till u find the best hehe theres to many damn options for strings out there....i useually use ernie ball but im goin to try D'addriao to see if they last longer (i sweat alot).
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#6
ernie ball ftw.
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