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Old 01-01-2011, 04:42 PM   #11 (permalink)
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only humbuckers here but I am eventually replacing them with single coils. I have a bigbsy tremolo though which is nice to have really nice surfy sound to em. Why is important to use thick strings?
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only humbuckers here but I am eventually replacing them with single coils. I have a bigbsy tremolo though which is nice to have really nice surfy sound to em. Why is important to use thick strings?
They give you a more percussive sound.
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