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So, my stock fender strings broke!. What strings should i put on my squire!?

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Actually, I would go with these!. http://www!.guitarcenter!.com/Ernie-Ball-3!.!.!.
These sound really nice, and aren't too much of a burden on your fingersWww@QuestionHome@Com

Depends on whether you are going for economy or a certain sound!. If you are going for economy, get a medium to medium light set of guitar strings (the high E will generally run between a !.10 to !.11 gauge) but if you are going for a certain sound, get the strings you are most comfortable with!. I started out using Fender Bullets, but now I buy D'Addario half rounds most of the time!. I use a medium to heavy gauge string since I play a lot of different styles of music including Jazz and finger-style chord melody, but I keep medium light gauge strings on the Yamaha Strat copy I keep in my classroom!. I tend to avoid the Super Slinkeys and extra light gauges simply because they don't seem to hold up under my "Hammer Hands!" I have to be able to bend 'em shake 'em, thrash 'em and not break 'em and the really thin strings just don't hold up for me!. My students are even rougher on strings than I am and it really does me no good to put a string on a guitar that isn't going to hold up for more than a day or two!.

I am not a big fan of Ernie Balls Personally, but if they work for you, more power to you!. I would normally suggest you get one set of each and make an informed decision by trying them both, but if you can't quite afford to do that, check out the gauges and go for the one that will hold up the longest!.Www@QuestionHome@Com

I would go with Ernie Ball Slinky strings (the gauge of these strings are !.10)!. They are good all-round strings and are good quality!.Www@QuestionHome@Com

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It Really depends on what you plan on playingWww@QuestionHome@Com