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MF MD HG01 Electric Guitar Month 06-19-18

Electric Guitar Strings

How to Choose the Right Strings for Your Electric Guitar
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The electric guitar is one of the more popular instruments in the world, so if you want to stand out as a player, it’s important to have a great set of guitar strings. There are a wide variety of string styles available to you, so it’s important to know what you’re looking for before you make your decision. You can buy individual strings if you just need a single replacement, but it’s important to remember that you should be changing your strings semi-regularly to make sure they sound their best. This is why the option is available to purchase all the strings you need in one pack. If you’re a touring musician or just a very frequent player, you may want to explore the option of buying in bulk. For example, the EXL120 Guitar Strings Bulk -Pack Super Light set from D'Addario offers 25 sets of guitar strings in one kit. Sets like these are ideal, especially if you break a string during a live performance, because you will always have a replacement. When you’re choosing your electric guitar strings, you will want to have an idea of what gauge of string you’re looking for. Basically, you should always keep in mind that the lighter the gauge of the string, the brighter the tone will be. On the opposite end of the spectrum, the heavier the gauge, the more sustain your strings will have. Strings run the gamut from super light to extra heavy, with plenty of options in between to satisfy your needs. It is probably wise to try out a few different options until you find the ones that are perfect for you. You should also be aware of what style of music you’re planning to play. Some strings are specially designed for certain styles, for example the Heavy Core Electric Guitar Strings from Dunlop are great for metal and hard rock, while the GB112 Medium Light George Benson Custom Flatwound Guitar Strings from Thomastik will help bring your jazz playing to life. As always, there are no right or wrong sets of strings, just the ones that will best suit your needs. Fresh strings can really make all the difference in the sound of your guitar. Regardless of your personal preferences, be it heavy strings, super light, or anything in between, there is a set of strings available to you that are sure to bring out the best in your playing.

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