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October 25th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

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d'addario heavy
Can anyone explain the difference between the caliber of the light and heavy strings?

I play an Ibanez GSR200 .. i dont think that really counts. But I wonder what the difference between light, medium and heavy caliber. Now I play D'Addario EXL170 Nickel Wound Regular Light Gauge (.045, .065, .080, .100) strings. What is the difference in sound?

A heavier string, played by strong hands, give more support. A string of rope light slap sounds and more generally provide a lower but more sustained brightness immediately. The wound and unwound choice is important too. A string does not slip unrelated too much noise ... So if the bass playing has taken much larger disposal Slide, which is the way forward. really its business combination of style and options personal. My preference depends on the type of music I played at a concert.

D'Addario / Planet Waves / Monkey Lord Competition - Rock Ballad impro by Skoldn

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