0.010 gauge. E Standard and Drop D tunings.
7 nylon strings and standard :) play mainly Brazilian folk songs
bass guitar is the true king
I use 0.10 and half step down tuning, 'cause a lot of things I play are tuned this way. But if it wasn't, I would keep it on standard tuning.
I like to use half chords in my songs so I write the applications by myself, I like playing with the tunings too. D Standard sounded good but not too pop for the style it was to be used in. Still nice, myself though I can only play 3-4 chords at best.
standard 10 gauge on most of mine
sometimes i get zany and do EA#DG#BE or DAEAC#E
10-52 and Drop D mostly. I play in drop C aswell sometimes but would probably want to change to 11-56 or 11-54 or something for Drop C.
12-56 d standard, sometime c#
I use 10-46 gauge, mostly E standard tuning and some drop D. Was thinking of going to a heavier gauge because these feel a little light and bouncy when galloping.
got gauge 9 on my thinnest one (ernie ball strings). I mostly use E standard for the tuning.
12-62 drop b on a baritone, yeah I'm that guy
10-46, usually E standard but also D standart sometimes to chug some Death
10-52 (heavy bottom) strings on my drop guitar and 9's on my standard guitar. I have 2 floyd roses so I use a drop pedal when I want to play COB and Death/ Arch enemy/ Amon amarth etc.
standard tuning on my 7 and 8 string and D# standard/drop C# mostly on my fender and then whatever i feel like from drop A# to Drop G# on my baritone
i think i have 10-59 7 string, 9-80 8 string, 10-46 on fender and i can't remember what i had on the baritone, but i'm gonna try something - 64? or around 70, can't remember
i keep the empty string cases so i don't need to remember lol
011 on acustic. tune down a half step. Was very normal in grunge and post grunge music.
Erniball hybrid slinky, standard tuning