Husky Super Light:
Stringjoy's Husky 9s split the difference between the Balanced 9s and our Heavy Bottom 9s. Just a bit more tension on the wound strings, without it being too much.
Gauge: .009, .012, .015, .026w, .034, .046
Stringjoy discovered two inherent problems in a typical 10-46 “Light” set: there are big dips in tension on both the 2nd and 6th strings (.013 and .046, respectively). So, with the Balanced 10s, they use a .0135 and a .048 instead.
The result is a set of strings that plays evenly across the entire fretboard and intonates better. So if you’ve been a classic 10s player, you have to give these a try. Seriously.
Gauge: .010, .0135, .017, .026w, .036, .048
11s are the perfect middle ground—enough tension to get a nice meaty tone out of your guitar, but not so much that you can’t bend at all. Well, our Balanced 11s are just the thing for you then.
The biggest tweak Stringjoy has made on these gauges is to go for a slightly heavier 6th string (a .050) to balance the whole set out better—giving you enough fullness on the bottom to complement the .011-.014-.018p top end.
Overall, this is a powerful but very flexible set that works great for everything from post-rock to praise & worship
Gauge: .011, .014, .018p, .028, .038, .050