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Strings for Electric Guitars

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String Gauge
  • .008 -

  • .009 -

  • .010 -

  • .011 -

  • .012 -

  • .013 -

  • .014 -

  • .024 -

String gauge
  • 008 - 038

  • 008 - 040

  • 008 - 046

  • 0085 - 039

  • 009 - 040

  • 009 - 042

  • 009 - 046

  • 009 - 052

  • 009 - 054

  • 009 - 065

  • 009 - 080

  • 009 - 090

  • 0095 - 044

  • 010 - 046

  • 010 - 048

  • 010 - 050

  • 010 - 052

  • 010 - 056

  • 010 - 059

  • 010 - 060

  • 010 - 062

  • 010 - 074

  • 0105 - 048

  • 011 - 048

  • 011 - 049

  • 011 - 050

  • 011 - 052

  • 011 - 053

  • 011 - 054

  • 011 - 056

  • 011 - 058

  • 011 - 064

  • 011 - 070

  • 012 - 052

  • 012 - 053

  • 012 - 054

  • 012 - 056

  • 012 - 060

  • 012 - 062

  • 012 - 068

  • 013 - 056

  • 013 - 062

  • 013 - 070

  • 014 - 068

  • 014 - 080

  • 024 - 084

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Strings for Electric Guitars

Thin electric guitar strings are generally somewhat easier to play. Certain techniques however become increasingly difficult with somewhat thicker strings. A whole tone bend with 0.010 strings is possible whereas with 0.012 can be impossible for many. Similarly, a thicker string gauge has its advantages when a Bass is played in down tuning. Strings with a higher gauge string sound simply more voluminous and have generally more sustain. The momentum increases significantly with thicker strings. On the whole thicker strings have a fatter sound.