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What strings for a DG-320...

...would be recommended?

Thanks

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  • Dr. HallDr. Hall Green Bay, WisconsinNew
    Posts: 65
    I have used Argentine reds and Galli V/27 silk and steels on my DG-320. The Argentines make the guitar really loud and are good for acoustic playing. The Gallis are much easier on the fingers and have a warmer sound that I prefer when I amplify the guitar.

    I prefer .011 - .047 guaged sets. I have tried .010 . . . sets from various manufacturers and have been a bit disappointed in both the treble range of the guitar which gets a bit plinky and the bass end which gets a bit slappy. .011s give a fuller treble end and deeper bass end. I tried a set of Lenzner .012s once, and the acoustic tone was great, but the tension was a bit too much for playability and the high E broke within a week or so.

    -Stefan
  • EmmettRayEmmettRay Honolulu, Hawaii✭✭✭✭ Koa Iseman, AJL XO-503, Holo Busato
    Posts: 88
    I also use 11s, Argentines. I prefer the higher string tension BUT I think 10s sound better and brighter for lead playing (I tried em on it once but the neck moved too much on me so I went back to the 11s). Overall this guitar should be used with 11s, at least thats what Jorgenson told me when I asked him about it. People have told me it sounds better with them, especially for rhythm. Its your choice though.
  • gitpickergitpicker Beijing/San Francisco✭✭✭✭ Favino, Favino
    Posts: 206
    I have one and am perfectly happy with Argentine 10s. Heck try 'em all though. You never know what may suprise you and be great for you.
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  • Josh HeggJosh Hegg Tacoma, WAModerator
    Posts: 622
    I like the 11s. 10s just to light for me on the E and B.

    Cheers,
    Josh
  • HereticHeretic In the Pond✭✭✭
    Posts: 230
    One of the pleasures of learning to play this music comes from the discovery of what the different types of string, and picks adds to the sound.
    Argentine .010 s are the most often used - I use them primarily.
    But, you might like to try the D'Addario 0.10s because they feel like they have a little more tension than the Argentine 0.10s. I haven't scientifically measured the tensions. Feels like something between the 0.10s and the 0.11s.
    Try everything, because most have some positive aspect to offer.
    Every time I put on a fresh set of strings, or a different brand, I feel like I've got a new guitar.
  • BonesBones Moderator
    Posts: 2,900
    Thanks for all the replies. Hmmmmm....I guess I'll have to get an assortment!
  • HonsicHonsic Czech RepublicNew
    Posts: 12
    Do you know somebody what strings and picks usually uses great players as Stochelo, Romane, Bireli, Angelo and others ???
  • HonsicHonsic Czech RepublicNew
    Posts: 12
    I prefer .011 Argentines or Galii for loud tone and good playability.
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