Sparechaynge wrote:I could tell they were pyramids because of the way the ends on the tuning machines looked. Pyramids seem to cut funny compared to other strings. They were probably 12s because there was a LOT of metal strung up on that guitar, the low E was pretty big. I used 12s or 13s for a long time, and that E was way too big to be a "normal" string gauge. The other guitars on display had roundwounds of a much smaller gauge.
Per Dozin:Please correct me if I'm wrong. I know, telling string gauge w/o playing the guitar is dubious, but what I saw lines up with Dozin's info.Weir gets a special set of Pyramid strings made for him called the BW Specials. They consist of 12-52 with an unwound G string.
Sorry, I just noticed this. I got the info from Hoeg. He works on Bobby's guitars and AJ gives him the pyramid strings. Pyramid does sell the 12-52 medium/heavy the G string is a 22 in this set. The whole set is 012 .016 .022w .033w .042w .052w I'm sure any plain steel 18 would work fine for the G
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