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i cant decide

Discussion in 'Strings [BG]' started by elcamino72, Apr 8, 2009.


  1. I got a set of ernie ball power slinky strings (Gauge: 110, 90. 75, 55) this saturday.... after playing for a while.... they are ALOT less floppy in drop c then my Blue Steele strings (Gauge: 100, 80, 65, 45)... but... i cant stand the bright tone they have.... id like a much deeper and warm tone.... but with no floping...... is it ok to mix two sets of strings? like put the ernie ball E and everything else the blue steele?
     
  2. TheMutt

    TheMutt Guest

    Apr 28, 2007
    The floppiness is likely from the huge difference in gauges of strings. I'd suggest that you give the Ernie Balls a chance to settle in. The brightness of all strings eventually goes away.

    If you can't wait, rub the strings down with baby wipes, nothing but bass after that.
     

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