Stringjoy - 6 String Electric Guitar Strings Light (10-48)
I know what you’re thinking: 10 to 48? I thought Light strings went 10 to 46? Yeah well, let me explain…
We do a lot of experimenting around here with different string gauges — I know, we’re nerds — and we love to run the tension math to see how certain sets perform. Through all that, we’ve discovered two inherent problems in a typical 10-46 “Light” set: there are big dips in tension on both the 2nd and 6th strings (.013 and .046, respectively). So, with our Balanced 10s, we fix all that by using a .0135 and a .048 instead.
The result is a set of strings that plays evenly across the entire fretboard and intonates better. So if you’ve been a classic 10s player, you have to give these a try. Seriously.
Stringjoy - 6 String Electric Guitar Strings Super Light (9-42)
So these might look like a typical set of 9s (or Super Lights, or Extra Lights—everyone seems to call ‘em something different…), but trust me, they’re not. The standard for...
Stringjoy - 7 String Electric Guitar Strings Light (10-60)
I’m sure you know this by now, but a typical seven string light gauge set goes 10/13/17/26/36/46/56 (or 59). But whoever came up with those gauges was, to put it...
Stringjoy - 7 String Electric Guitar Strings Medium (11-64)
Around the shop, we call this one the “Big Gulp”. It get’s it’s name because its a 7string 11 gauge set (7 – Eleven) that is oh so refreshing thanks to...