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Dioxic

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Typically? If not what was his usual gauge?
klasaine

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He would use flats on some guitars but mostly preferred round wound. Didn't really care about brand and he used a 'custom' set.
Here's a pic from a lesson sheet with a string order ...

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Dioxic

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It looks like he suggests 13 or 14 and 17 or 18 on the e and b strings respectively? Just want to make sure I'm reading it correctly!

Thanks for this!
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It was probably for different guitars, different tunings and general experimentation.
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