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(@garye5007)
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Hello,
I am going to have my Epiphone LPII set up. They say to bring strings you would like to be put on with you...
any suggestions? I haven't a clue...Thanks in advance!


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(@cjdave)
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Hi I'm new here to.. I getting ready to order a set of D'Addario EXL 120 9 gauge for my old Ibanez SG. m.friend has them for 3.99 you can't go wrong. I will let you know what I think when I get them. David


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(@riverbrookfarm33)
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I use light Elixirs, they should work great for your guitar!


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(@alangreen)
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Rotosound - anything else is just a bit of string.

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(@leander07marvin)
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Just use a good brand 9's and 10's. String gauges have pros and cons so don't worry about it, choose the one you are comfortable using it.

"Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies".

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(@waylon)
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