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Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by JWC, Apr 20, 2001.
Pretty much anything Thomastik-Infeld.
go for a lighter gauge set of the strings you normally buy - they will have less tension.
So, far the best 'low tension' strings I've come across are the Elixirs .40-.95's. They have excellent sound, last forever, and have a much "looser" feel than most of the other strings I've tried.
I recently picked up a few sets of Status Graphite "Hot Wires" strings - check out the PREMIUM ROUND-WOUND ROUND-CORE STRINGS.
They are advertised as having a more flexable feel than most strings. I completely agree with this statement. The strings sound and feel great.
Right now, Rob Green at Status Graphite is running a 2 for 1 special on strings. I juts stocked up on a ton of the Hot Wires. For the price, they are definately worth checking out.
Hope this helps,