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Discussion in 'The Custom Shop' started by BOBBO, Jul 6, 2008.
11's pure nickel all the way, listen to the difference, I was amazed, so simple!
Gotta revise my original post. Nobody in my area stocks my regular Elixir Nano 9-46, so I normally order them by the box. The other day, I realized I'd forgotten to order, and needed strings, so I had to buy a couple of sets of 10-46's.
The transition wasn't hard - I got used to it after only a few minutes. Now when I pick up the guitars that still have 9-46 on them, the high strings (9, 11, and 14) feel floppy.
Needless to say, 10-46 is my new choice, at least for my Gibson-scale guitars. My Fender-scales still use 9-42.
I use custom light 9-46's for the heavier low end punch, working my way up to heavier gauge as fingers get stronger, I crave that heavy gauge sustain
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