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    Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Pink Electric Guitar Strings 3 Pack []  2020-2-7 21:45

    Don't be afraid to test several brands, gauges etc. What fits me may not fit your style of playing.I've tried a lot of brands. I've stayed with Ernie Ball because they never allow you down. Ignore my sons paper plane and 3d printed shark on the Marshall y note:Strings will not create that much of a difference without adjusting your setup. I would do a setup with the current strings for your action etc then install your fresh strings and double check everything. Not all strings react the same, you may need to adjust your pickups to achieve the desired ances are if your buying your strings online you already tired of paying someone to do it for you or your a hands on kind of person. Don't be afraid to

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    Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Pink Electric Guitar Strings 3 Pack []  2020-2-7 21:45

    Been using these and a few other brands for over 25 years but I always come back to me some slinky's!!! Recently tried another huge name brand just to see what I may be missing and was surprised out how much better these strings truly are. I slapped on another set of these slinkys and bam, forget about it, these truly are the strings for me and I won't be wasting my time with others anymore. They latest forever, have perfect tone, break in easily and keep a tune quicker than others.

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    Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Pink Electric Guitar Strings 3 Pack []  2020-2-7 21:45

    Crispy Sound, But don't latest long. However, they do latest longer D'Addario's. Amazing for upcoming shows/gigs. Their life span is 3-4 weeks for serious players. I use cobalt core or cryo dipped for intonation and for practice due to their durability, yet those have flat sound, and these for live gigs. A classic set. Really not too a lot of negatives, except the are not amazing to intonate with.

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    Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Pink Electric Guitar Strings 3 Pack []  2020-2-7 21:45

    The standard in replacement strings. These is a wide range in strings and these Ernie Ball strings are at the lower end. Some strings are double or triple the of Ernie Ball Super Slinky. I have always used Ernie Ball and they have improved packaging to reduce corrosion while in the package. They are created in the desert of California, but in Florida humidity is a constant concern. I wipe the strings down after each playing and they seem to keep up fine. I am using the .009 set and they measure exactly with a dial caliper.

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    Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Pink Electric Guitar Strings 3 Pack []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I’ve used these strings for years... 10+ yearsUsually just from a guitar center or a local shop, figured I’d this 3 pack, save a bit and experience some convenience... my pack looked immaculate.. until I begin it, then I see what looks like severe hurt to the back of my string packaging... which also had a high e powerful poking out and very bent (not useable)So overall amazing strings, just think someone was very careless with my set

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    Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Pink Electric Guitar Strings 3 Pack []  2020-2-7 21:45

    Anybody who's looking at buying these knows how much better they create the playing experience. Swapped these out for the original strings on my epiphone les paul and was more than satisfied I did.

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    Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Pink Electric Guitar Strings 3 Pack []  2020-2-7 21:45

    When I first purchased these guitar strings I was a beginning guitarist who had heard some amazing things about them. I wasn't really sure what to expect, but I went ahead and tried them out. I was blown away by the difference between my stock Washburn strings and the Ernie Ball strings. Other than feeling much lighter, they also had a sound to them that subjectively sounded better to me. They also did not damage my fingers nearly as much as the stock strings I had been using. They have also lasted much longer before breaking which is a large plus when you are spending a small bit additional for a consumable item like guitar strings.

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    Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Pink Electric Guitar Strings 3 Pack []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I haven't been playing guitar for a ton of years and years, but I still have never heard of this event to anyone. Ever. I was about to play one afternoon, but as I attempted to tune up, the high E string does not wish to cooperate. Every time I obtain close, it suddenly goes flat again. I thought maybe I had a poor tuning peg. But suddenly I didn't wonder anymore. These strings have only a few hours of light playing on them, but nonetheless, that nasty ole E string just allow go. The small brass anchor just came unwound. So, I decided to salvage an E string from another guitar I don't play as often also strung with strings from the brand fresh pink 3 package as sold here. But as I began to loosen it, it just snapped for no apparent reason. Now these are the same strings as what I just replaced. I think. But two E strings in about 2 mins. Thats fast even for me. I even found a makeshift anchor, for the original string that slipped it's anchor. but, alas, the string. She break again. What's a not good unemployed amateur musician supposed to do? I am a bit ashamed to admit how long the latest strings were on there. Or maybe I'm just I said, the latest set I bought back in the late 1800's were fine, and before the E string went all to hell, they even sounded beautiful good. I bet Jimmy Page doesn't have these problems.

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    Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Pink Electric Guitar Strings 3 Pack []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I do like these strings! Are they the best? There are so a lot of private preferences. Have you ever asked a drummer what double bass drum pedal they like? It is all too subjective, but I can tell you I have so far liked the quality and feel of the Super Slinky Pink!It can never damage to test a few and see what works best for you!05/25/2017-Still playing this same set of strings on the LP, and they still sound great!After a couple of hours of playing one of my acoustics, I am ready for a break. The Super Slinky's feel so and comfortable. I could play them all day!I am getting ready to throw on a set on the fresh Tele! 🎸

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    Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Pink Electric Guitar Strings 3 Pack []  2020-2-7 21:45

    Super slinky all the way. I've been playing for close to 35 years and have tried all the brands of strings and consistently I come back to these. The quality is solid, I don't pop a lot of strings, and the is right for a pack. I've even changed out other brands of strings that were not at their life span to place these back on after popping one and not having anything else.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Sets, .010 - .046 (3 Pack) []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I started learning how to play the guitar about 1 month ago. I was started off playing with the standard string that I got with my guitar. Even though I practice frequently, my fingers still hurt. I decided to do some research on how to fix my issue and one of the solutions was to obtain a various set of strings. The super slinky seemed to be the best for me so I bought it. After setting up the strings and doing a practice session, I can honestly say that it created a difference. The strings were a bit easier to play with and my fingers did not damage as much. It is not a magic set of strings that will take away the finger pains for a beginner but it will definitely help, especially if you are buying it for a child.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Sets, .010 - .046 (3 Pack) []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I’ve been playing bass for decades and recently I decided to my first electric guitar. I’m sure it sat out on the showroom floor for awhile and a lot of grubby hands probably touched it, so I wanted to swap out strings so I can establish some sort of frame of reference (I had no idea what my guitar was originally strung with). This being my first guitar I didn’t know what the cost of amazing guitar strings was, so I basically just searched on Amazon for guitar strings and picked the first thing I saw which had dozens of reviews and was highly rated (these strings).If I’m being totally honest, I didn’t read into the info (or heck, even past the title obviously) because I ordered two sets and figured I was just going to obtain two sets of strings. I’m used to paying a lot more for bass strings, so $12.99 seemed reasonable enough. I bought two sets because I wanted some backups. To my surprise, when I opened the pack I was greeted with SIX sets of strings (since each pack is a three-pack). I thought I received the wrong item so I looked at my history and sure enough, I ordered two three-packs. Now I have method more than enough strings which is a amazing issue to have but I can’t believe each set of strings is just a hair over $4.00/set. What a deal!These are my first strings so I can’t give you the pros/cons in how they compare to others but they sure sound amazing to me!

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Sets, .010 - .046 (3 Pack) []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I tune to d standard with an original floyd rose floating bridge. These strings work great, sound good. They're definitely beefy. I've been using them for years and don't plan on trying anything r shredding, some bend techniques are a bit harder and slower with these strings. The rock cliche bend up a full step and pull off is noticeably rough. Alternate picking runs seem a small easier to feel. Sweeping is a dream on these. But really these stand out most with chords. They sound great, full, deep, but don't muddy out. But, I also have emg 81/85 modded to 18volts, so my experience with these strings might not be the same as someone running passives or a standard active setup.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Sets, .010 - .046 (3 Pack) []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I don't even know if I need to review these, these are the gold standard for guitar strings as far as I'm concerned. I've been using them for 25 years. Every now and then I stray and test a d'addario or GHS or some such, but I always come back to these. Nice balanced sound. Not too punchy, not too muddy. Amazing feel. Not too grippy, not too slippery. Ernie Ball needs to create a pack that (high) E-G strings though, I go through those well before the low strings are needing to be changed.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Sets, .010 - .046 (3 Pack) []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I got these on an Amazon deal, and ordered 2 separate 3 packs. I've used this brand of strings for years, and I like the affordability of the 3-pack. Within the 3-pack, each set of strings is packaged as a set, and each string is also individually packaged. My only 2 frustrations were that the 3-pack doesn't have a zip-lock (you have to chop or tear the packaging apart), and also with my set of Slinkys the internal string sets ended up getting glued / trapped inside the top part of the foil outer package. I had to carefully peel everything apart.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Sets, .010 - .046 (3 Pack) []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I've been using D'Addario for decades. And still use them. But I wanted to test these Slinky Strings. Found out that I liked them so much, I added them to my Subscribe and Save monthly deliveries. I like the Regulars, or size 10 best on my Strat and Les Paul. I have a lot of guitars so I change strings beautiful often. I do use Dave Gilmour's GHS, and Fender Bullets too. But these are amazing strings and quick becoming my favorites, with the D'Addario coming in a very close 2nd. Depending on which guitar they are on. If you haven't tried this brand of string yet, I would definitely recommend giving them a try. They have a amazing sound and bend easy. And the is true hard to beat for this quality of string.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Sets, .010 - .046 (3 Pack) []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I have a Fender DG-8s (acoustic). It's just a $200 guitar (at most). It's not great, but then, neither am I. But I have been watching lots of youtube videos and playing about 10 hours/week. I can play all of the normal bar chords and begin chords and plink around a bit at lead guitar. I really did not expect these strings to sound amazing on this guitar, but I really like the sound. If you like that kind of dreamy fleetwood mac sound, you'll like these strings on an acoustic. Thicker strings tear my fingers up... even after 10 hours/week. These have a nice sound and are simple to play. I'm not a massive strummer so no issue with these strings. I don't perform in public, so I have no feedback to back up my claim of a nice sound. I tried bronze (Elixer polyweb), thicker strings but they sounded flat (deader... not as rich) to me... I think they're created for heavier the winter time (in Virginia) the neck of this guitar warps enough that the 12th fret (and 2 more after) on the high E string just buzzes...no sound... just buzz. I'm not sure if that's because of these thin strings not pulling enough on the neck, or just because I don't control humidity in the house.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Sets, .010 - .046 (3 Pack) []  2020-2-7 21:45

    A gauge set for when you like to noodle but tone is also kind of a huge deal... Been playing for 20 years. Every time I test fresh strings, I always come back to the EB's. They latest a amazing while if you case your guitar. They don't seem to go dead or break as often as other brands. I'd heard some years back of a theory that you should play the thickest gauge you can that doesn't slay your fingers. Thicker strings = better tone. I only tune down a half-step, so this set is just right for me. Love 'em. Probably won't ever play anything else.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Sets, .010 - .046 (3 Pack) []  2020-2-7 21:45

    Amazing set of strings for a amazing price. Compared to other strings from D'addario, Gibson, and Elixer, these strings are a much better value since they are so cheap. However, in all the years that I have been playing, I have not once said, "man this guitar is great, what kind of strings are these?" Amazing guitars play and sound great, period, given of course that you are using at least decent strings. I know that every guitarist has their go-to strings, as do I (and the brands and styles vary across each of my guitars), but honestly strings are strings. These days, so much attention is to the manufacturing of these strings, that the quality and consistency is amazing across a number of various brands. Generally, I can't tell much of a difference in tone, playability, or "slinky-ness" across brands. (I can hear the groans now) Hear me out though, if I wish to change the tone, I will obtain a various string gauge, and this is the same for slinkyness. In the end, given 5 sets of top notch strings, I will pick the new set vs. a worn set 10 times out of s:Very for 3 sets of strings, that means you can change more often, which in turn means that these strings will feel and sound better longerI feel like they definitely latest longer than say Gibson vintage strings, but most coated, modern strings will be ns:NoneConclusion:Strings are strings, and given a amazing set of strings, I would only base this recommendation on and amazing value (5 stars for that). If you are just starting out, I recommend you test a number of various strings to search your preference, but usually in a pinch whatever my local has on hand has worked just fine.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Sets, .010 - .046 (3 Pack) []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I strings multiple packs at a time. My band plays out often so professional musicians understand that you wish to have "back up" strings on hand at all times. With a gig latest night I opened a sealed package of Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Sets, .010 - .046 that I ordered from Amazon Prime to place on my Fender Strat. When I got to 16/G I attached the base and running my hand up the string I noticed multiple nicks. Looking closer the nicks in the string were about but not quite the spacing on my Strat. Since sooooo a lot of guitars have various length necks it was obvious this string had been used before. I showed it to our bass player and he validated my suspicions. His comment was "used, probably a Gibson. No, it wasn't the string I took off, it was well worn and laying in front of me. I have played Ernie Ball strings for 20 years... but not any more! I can't return them since I multiple packs at a time for future events. My best guess is it was a return that was repackaged.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .105 []  2020-2-6 23:51

    I've used Ernie Ball strings for decades (seriously). I've been using slinky for guitar and bass, and recently tried power slinky guitar strings. I've since switched ALL my guitars to power slinky, as they're excellent for my down-tuned, chunky playing style. It seemed natural to test the bass ones too.I don't dislike them, but I won't be switching my other @#$%!& to power slinky. I do a lot of crazy bass playing, with slaps and solos and bending, and these are harder to use. particularly with bending. Half the time I don't obtain the bend up to pitch, which surprised me because I down-tune my basses as well.I do like them for more straight forward low growl bass lines, so if that's your thing you might dig them. If you do any bending at all I can't recommend these.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .105 []  2020-2-6 23:51

    First off, I wish to say that I am a finger player, I play in tunings from E standard to B standard but D standard mostly. I do not use a pick (may matter to the pick players considering these strings) and I have been playing bass for about 8 or 9 years and have tried a amazing dozens of strings out there. D'addarios, GHS, DR, Rotosound, Dean Markley, so on and so forth. When I first started playing bass I wanted to test out a lot of strings just to search the excellent sound for me. I am a metal bass player mainly. I also play classic rock, blues, whatever. ANYWAYS, I recently bought a Schecter Stilleto Studio 5 bass. It came loaded with regular slinkys and I was super impressed. Before then I was a DR guy. They had amazing tone but didn't latest as long as I needed. So I bought another pair of regular slinkys. Then I was starting to realize I wasn't getting a punchy high end on the regs. Also the "E" string was just a tad too.. I guess loose would be the word. You would think that the regulars would have a 105 on the "E" string but they have a 100.. weird. So I upped to these strings and wow did it create a large bit of difference. Nice punch through crisp high strings and a nice fat warm crisp on the low. Not too bright, not too dull. They are incredibly and they latest a long time. I don't need to pop them in and out every month or 2. They sound amazing to me with any type of music. Hope this helps. Thanks for reading.

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    Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Regular Slinky Set, .010 - .046 []  2020-2-6 23:52

    I’ve long been a fan of pure nickel wrap because of its ability to tone down the highs and make amazing low and midrange tone. I used to use the old 5150 strings and loved them. These strings are the closest thing I’ve found to those old 5150s. I’m primarily a metal player, so my choice of these strings may be a small out of the ordinary. I just like the classic tone and especially the fact that they are less bright than steel wound strings. As for the gauge selection in this set, I would prefer a slightly heavier bottom end, but am unwilling to go over 9 gauge for the high E. Therefore, these are my compromise.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .105 []  2020-2-6 23:51

    Arrived promptly and is OEM product as described. Strings brands are mostly a private preference but I have always found EB's to be a amazing string and relatively inexpensive.TIP: when you replace strings, coil up old ones individually and drop in boiling water for 30 seconds or so. Dry off and place back in package w/ some silica gel packs ( from other shipped stuff ). You'll have some amazing bright sounding spares for a backup bass or if/when one string breaks. Much better than having to throw on an old dead sounding one.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .105 []  2020-2-6 23:51

    I love these strings! I installed them on my jazz bass about a week ago. They sound amazing! I've played bass for 35 years and always avoided nickel strings (I like having a bright sound, not unlike Geddy Lee), i wrongly assumed that nickel strings would produce a 'darker' tone. These poor boys produce a bright, warm tone! They almost feel like flatwound strings, so they are quiet on the neck. If they can maintain the bright tone for 6-8 weeks, Ernie Ball has a lifetime customer! There is only one aspect I want they could address... I'd love a 4 string set that is heavier gauge!

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    Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Regular Slinky Set, .010 - .046 []  2020-2-6 23:52

    Please god, never stop making these strings. I love them. After about 15 years of trying various ones, I settled on these. I've continued using them on my basic guitar ever since I got em from a Brooklyn mom n' pop melody shop clerk, in 2009. I play lead, I play rhythm. I bend harshly and often... I very seldomly break a string or obtain any true corrosion. I play often, daily, and I end up just changing them every few months, after they begin to obtain deadish. I do wash my hands before playing, unlike most guitar players who I think could stand to ignore Duane Allmans tip on that ey sound lovely on my huge hollowbody with p-90's. It complements the whole british rock sound very well. Nicely rounded highs. Just all around the best I've ever found in almost 30 years of playing guitar.

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    Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Regular Slinky Set, .010 - .046 []  2020-2-6 23:52

    These are some of the flimsiest and worst-sounding strings I've ever used in years of playing the guitar. The high E broke while I was trying to place it on, and the G and B strings feel extremely fragile. On top of that, they somehow sound worse than the 4+ year old strings that came with the guitar that I tried to replace with these. I had to hold adjusting the saddle height to obtain them to stop buzzing, and even the best case scenario I obtain with these still sounds worse than my old, dirty, factory strings. Guess I'm going back to my [email protected]#$%!&il I obtain another set of strings to replace these. Would never again, complete waste of money.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .105 []  2020-2-6 23:51

    Man I have tried a bunch of various strings throughout the course of my life and there aren't a lot of I like. I've got a weird since of touch and most strings just feel uncomfortably firm and impossible to tame. DR was the first company I liked but I found their .130 strings to floppy for B. I've been using Kalium Strings for the past 4 years and they are the best but I've been looking to see if I can search a more affordable(cheaper) option that doesn't sacrifice feel or tone and here we are. I am embarrassed to say that I never tried ernie ball before but these strings feel lovely to the touch and have a nice crisp sound. I thoroughly have fun them. I'd say Kalium are a excellent 10 and ernie are at a 9.5. Seeing as how ernie are 30% cheaper they seem like the best choice. Oh and the .130 doesn't feel floppy, it just feels like a thicker E string.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .105 []  2020-2-6 23:51

    I use Super Slinky’s on my electric guitars, so I figured some for my low end Ibanez bass would be a amazing idea.I got the super slinky’s the latest time, but wanted something a small heavier to keep up to my more aggressive playing. Not because I’m good, but rather my form plucking form sucks; as do the e Power Slinky’s are beasts. The low E has a noticeable punch and sustain. They are a small harder to play, but not much more so than the Super Slinky’s.A amazing value that enhances the sound of a crappy bass. Would recommend.

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    Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Regular Slinky Set, .010 - .046 []  2020-2-6 23:52

    For years, I have used Earnie Ball strings. I like them because to me, they are always reliable, sound good, and a they feature a little thing that means a lot to me: Each string is in it’s own package. It really gets under my skin with this two string per bag crap a lot of companies sell. I really don’t mind absorbing the additional few cents it must cost to use 6 envelopes instead of 3. It’s just easier to shop my old strings in the proper size pack incase of an emergency. Plus I just search it more organized and easier to do a string change with each string in it's own pack. I need all the support I can get.I do test to experiment with various brands, and most of the time search myself disappointed. I am sure these are not the best strings out there, I am trying a brand I’ve never tried before next. I rate these strings 5 stars because I hate surprises, and with this brand, there are none. Never have had problems or premature strings breaking or going is is a solid, dependable brand and I search them very simple to work with. Recommended.

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    Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Regular Slinky Set, .010 - .046 []  2020-2-6 23:52

    I first discovered these strings about 25 years ago. I chose them for possibly the dumbest reason to something, but there was a valid basic reason: the melody shop didn't have my usual strings. So I picked the strings with the coolest packaging. It's the best decision I've ever created when it comes to my guitars. For the past 25 years, they're the only strings I'll use. The sound, the feel and the flexibility create these strings special and necessary. I can't believe I actually used a various brand the first few years I played guitar.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .105 []  2020-2-6 23:51

    These strings are simply awesome. They create playing quick simple and can still provide a fat tone when necessary. Obviously, they won't obtain as boomy as the thicker strings but they sound amazing nonetheless. I like to play more melodic bass lines and I tend to do a lot of tapping, which these are excellent for. The only thing to watch out for is, if you are switching string gauges, you may need to adjust the truss rod slightly if you have a beautiful tight action to start with.UPDATE:After trying out other strings (namely the DR Black Beauties which are coated strings), I have returned to these. I haven't found any that sound as amazing for as long in this range.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .105 []  2020-2-6 23:51

    If you wish your sound bright and sparkling and still have deep low-end then these strings are for you. I switched from D'Angelico just for the heck of it and now I am staying with Ernie Ball Regular Slinky. The D'Angelicos are beautiful plain sounding compared to the Earnie Balls. The brightness of the EBs is long-lasting as well. I have fun changing my strings about every three months so I can't speak for the long, long-longevity if you are the kind of player that changes only on your birthday. The feel is smooth and not brittle on the fingers, even with the lower strings. You will have to adjust you tones if you pop because your high strings will come through like a ricocheting bullet if you don't bring the high end down a small on your bass or your amp.

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    Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Regular Slinky Set, .010 - .046 []  2020-2-6 23:52

    I have tried numerous pure nickel wrap strings, and these are by far the best sounding and longest lasting in my opinion. The largest difference that seems to set these apart from the others (DR, GHS, Gibson, etc.) is the phenomenal resonant low end these have. They're not boomy or bassy, there's just a muscular and resonant hero to them, with perfect sustain. They must have nailed the core/wrap sizing just right, or something. Aside from that they have the rich/warm vibe that pure nickel wrap is known for, a bit less output than plated steel wrap, and tried and real EB plain strings to top things off. I like the Gibson VR strings almost as much, but the lows aren't as nice (a bit duller, not as smooth feeling) and those tend to obtain the pure-nickel "speed-bump" thing going beautiful quickly after some use, and I've had the winding wear clean through a couple times (haven't had any speed-bumps or wear problems with the EBs). GHS and DR, to me, sound and feel beautiful not good in comparison. Anyway, these are cool.

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    Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Regular Slinky Set, .010 - .046 []  2020-2-6 23:52

    Excellent for Acoustic-Electric guitar. I was mainly concerned for ease of bending and for sound while playing acoustic. Why I've been messing around with heavier strings all of these years I'lll never know. These sound unbelievable on acoustic, AND, I can bend 'til the cows come home. I went wild playing after I place this strings on my fresh Yamaha APX500II guitar. Perfection for blues, and playing styles of Pink Floyd, Prince, Jeff Beck, and others who place bending to work for limitless intonations and sounds. Thank You Ernie Ball. This 'Extra Slinky' Rock N Roll string set is just what the doctor ordered.

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    Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Regular Slinky Set, .010 - .046 []  2020-2-6 23:52

    These strings have stayed "fresh" on the guitar for a ridiculously long time. Even in the somewhat temperamental weather conditions we obtain in Hawaii. I'm always buying these from now on.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .105 []  2020-2-6 23:51

    I recently dusted off my old Ibanez EDB 600 and decided to restring it and clean it up a bit. I've primarily played with either Elixer or Dean Markley Blue Steels on my @#$%!& and after reading that Justin Chancellor plays Ernie Ball I decided to go with the Hybrid Slinks. Holy Christ on a graham cracker crutch, these things are awesome! Not only do they produce a bright, crisp sound on the highs but they also have perfect punch on the mid-range and clear, distinct tones on the low end. Even my 25+ year old Fender amp picks up every note with shocking clarity. Seriously, don't waste anymore on pricey Elixers or Boomers that promise to "stay bright" a small longer. What you obtain in marginally increased longevity with these strings you give up in sound and nearly instant improvement to the sound of your bass. Don't be a dope, these strings and hold on keeping on.

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    Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .105 []  2020-2-6 23:51

    The E string broke while restringing my bass the first time, so I contacted the seller and they INSTANTLY got back to me, and sent me out a fresh set within 2-3 days. So props to them for that!These string were perfectly sturdy and didn't snap while tuning. They have an incredibly smooth feeling to them. Very simple to keep down.

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    Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Regular Slinky Set, .010 - .046 []  2020-2-6 23:52

    I've been using Ernie Ball strings for over 30 years. I appreciate the method they sound, feel and stay in tune. Also, I haven't broken a string in years. The Hybrid Slinkys give you a small more beef on the power chords while retaining the ease of extreme bending on the upper strings. You can't go wrong with Ernie Ball Slinkys. Play on my friends.

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    Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Regular Slinky Set, .010 - .046 []  2020-2-6 23:52

    First off, I was really excited to obtain these. String up and tune 5 strings, then the high E unravels and breaks at the bridge end. Yeet. Amazing quality, A++ for effort. Luckly I could twist the end back on with some pliers, but still; if I something, I wish it to work.

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    D'Addario EXL110-3D Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 3 Sets []  2020-2-6 23:51

    I regularly play acoustic and electric guitar and so my playing technique is very "heavy handed", which is somewhat important for playing an acoustic guitar if you really wish amazing intonation and presence. Unfortunately, electric guitars require more finesse and dexterity if you wish to obtain the most of your vibrato or bends, which is why 0.9 to 0.11 gauge string sets are the de facto preference for every ck in the 50s and early 60s, guitar strings didn't come in the lighter gauges that we have them today. 0.12 and 0.13 sets were commonplace. Electric guitar strings were more or less lighter-gauged acoustic guitar strings. This is how the Beatles were able to obtain those thick clean tones, and how Stevie Ray Vaughan (who also used 13s on his Strat) came to make his legendary tone as well. "Heavier is better" is just a myth though. Tons of guitar heroes use standard gauge strings, sometimes as light as 0.8. It really just depends on your playing style and the amount of physical response you wish from your strings. In this case "heavier is better..." IF you have a powerful picking technique and hard ese days I have been playing a lot of massive metal and I required strings that wouldn't flap around when playing those tight galloping rhythms and alternate picking runs. I decided to test out this "Baritone" guitar set on my Les Paul, and I've been really impressed with the thickness of the tone. You don't necessarily need a Strat-scaled guitar or anything longer to rock these strings, so long as you adjust your bridge accordingly.Another benefit of using .13s is that the G-string is WOUND, which means more tension and less tuner slippage while playing. Every guitarist knows what I'm talking about when I say how frustrating it is when the G-string slides out of tune more so than any other string. On this set, the G-string is a wound 0.26, so literally twice the thickness of the high e-string. While this doesn't create it totally immune to tuning slippage, it'll obtain you really e latest benefit of using .13s is that it is like resistance weight training in every respect. After playing a couple months on .13s, if you go back to .9s or .10s you'll feel like you can fly across the fretboard with ease.

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    D'Addario EXL110-3D Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 3 Sets []  2020-2-6 23:51

    I have used D'Addario for about as long as they have been in business, and used other brands for years before that. I strung my electric guitars for years with .010s, and then about 20 years ago, I started stringing them with .011s. The thicker gauge gave me a warmer, darker tone, allowing me to begin up the pots on my pickups more and not constantly turn the treble down a half a notch on the amplifier. And I still use .011s for some of my gigs. But generally, I have found that, for my true string-bending gigs and sessions (where I might need to play repetitive bending licks), the .011s are a small more limiting and they tend to be even a small too warm (for let's say blues gigs). This EXL100+ set with .0105s is the excellent half-way between the two gauges, and in fact I have been saying for years that D' Addario required to create this gauge, since they create a .095 gauge that has created a lot of rockers happy. So check out this strings.....get the warmth of .011s with a little bit more presence and flexibility, or obtain the flexibility of .010s with a bit more warmth.

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    D'Addario EXL110-3D Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 3 Sets []  2020-2-6 23:51

    First off, reviewing guitar strings objectively is extremely difficult. Any fresh set of strings will generally sound, feel, and play better than any old set of strings. Moreover, changing strings, tuning them, and breaking them in takes enough time that it is practically impossible to obtain an exact AB comparison across various brands in real-time. You need two otherwise identical guitars with otherwise identical wood, setup, electronics, fret age, etc, and you need to fit them both with fresh strings of the exact same gauge and type but various brands, in to really assess the differences between two brands objectively. Which is close to at said, I personally own four electric guitars, and the studio I work at has about a dozen more. Over the past 15+ years as a musician, sound engineer, and scene hand, I have almost certainly played or recorded well over a hundred. So while I cannot personally swear to have done a scientific head-to-head double-blind try between every brand of strings, I can say a few things beautiful categorically. And I have tried a ton of various makes of string, from Ernie Ball to GHS to La Bella to mail-order to store-brand, etc etc. (For bass, I prefer other brands than D'Addario, but that's a seperate review).Sound-wise and playability-wise, these D'Addario Nickel Wounds are great. They have a high-quality, "as-expected" sound for a fresh guitar string, straight down the middle of how a roundwound nickel string should sound.Longevity is a more-complicated story, and widely misunderstood. First off, here are the things that compromise metal guitar strings, in approximate or importance:1. Metal fatigue. Over time, bending and vibrating a piece of metal causes it to become more brittle and to develop microscopic cracks. Tension, stretching, and deformation exacerbate this condition, which is why even coated strings that are never played become dull and dead-sounding after a couple months of sitting on a guitar, compared to an identical set sitting in its package. This wears out strings faster if you play them, but also even if you just leave them sitting on your guitar. In my experience, D'Addario strings are among the best, if not the best, in terms of mainstream commercial guitar strings when it comes to staying supple, soft, and flexible.2. Surface oxidization/corrosion. This is where coatings can help. Exposure to air, moisture, skin oils, perspiration, etc has a corroding result on metal strings. Those black, coppery-smelling stripes that you obtain on your fretting hand are the product of some kind of chemical breakdown in the alloy your strings are created from, releasing certain minerals from the metal onto your fingers. These effects are often over-stated in the marketing materials of coated-strings: they are real, but they are not usually anywhere close to the first thing that kills a set of strings. The conspicuousness of the symptom (black, dull-looking old strings) is often confused with the effects of metal fatigue, and people sometimes think that if they can hold their strings shiny, they will sound and play like new. Not so. Coatings only support the specific issue of surface corrosion, which can be a true one, but is a minor one for most players who hold their guitars in conditioned locations and who play with clean hands. After a couple weeks of being installed at tension, even coated strings begin to succumb to metal fatigue, and need to be changed even if they have never been played or taken out of the case.3. Physical deformation is the final and most unavoidable symptom. Unless your frets are created of softer metal than your strings (and we should hope that they are not), then playing your guitar inevitably creates "flat spots" on the strings, where they contact the frets. Probably related at the bridge and nut. These become physical deformities in the string's resonant characteristics, as well as exacerbating metal fatigue and compromising surface integrity at those points, affecting both of the above.Taking all of the above into consideration, and assuming that you wish soft, supple nickel strings that won't chew up your frets, I think these are your best overall choice. My one exception might be if you have serious issues similar to surface corrosion, due to bodily PH imbalances or outdoor gigs, etc, in which case you might benefit from coated strings. But for most players, the strings are going to wear out from metal fatigue long before corrosion has a true result on the sound or playability.

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    D'Addario EXL110-3D Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 3 Sets []  2020-2-6 23:51

    I don't usually use D'Addaio strings but had high hopes for this set with the EXL110+ Nickel Wound, Regular Light Plus, 10.5 - as I wanted to bump from 10's but not to 11's. Super disappointed that the first string i.e. high "E" string (10.5) broke during installing the set. Fortunately or not, I bought 2 sets and had to use the first "E" string from that the end, after getting all 6 strings on my Telecaster, the strings simply sound like crap - they're not balanced in tone and method too bright. Of course, finding a guitar shop who sells single string that stocks a 10.5 is impossible. I sent an email to D'Addario but I have small hope that will accommodate me even if I'd to obtain 6 package of these 10.5 strings. Guess I'll just have to go to .11's --- don't these strings - they suck.

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    D'Addario EXL110-3D Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 3 Sets []  2020-2-6 23:51

    I am a gigging musician and have been using these strings for years. They are relatively inexpensive, have a pleasing tone (to my ears) and they latest a long time without eventually getting a "dead sound." Once installed, I search that these strings stay in tune nicely.

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    D'Addario EXL110-3D Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 3 Sets []  2020-2-6 23:51

    I am stupifide by the not good quality of theses strings. I purchased both 9.5 and 10. Two sets each for a 6/12 double neck. Several strings have broken within days, by unwinding at the ball. I’ve seen another review with the same complaint but thought it was just a one-off. Nope out of the 36 strings I purchased 5 of different size unraveled at the ball and all both of the .08 G bustyted at F#.Back to Earnie Balls for me. Never again

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    D'Addario EXL110-3D Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 3 Sets []  2020-2-6 23:51

    I spent years trying out various guitar strings from various manufacturers and time after time I kept coming back to these. They stay in tune well, they stay new for a long time, they sound well in every guitar I've place them in, and they're competitively priced. I've played better sounding strings (that cost more), and I've played more comfortable strings (that cost *MUCH* more), but these fulfill all of the primary requirements I have for a guitar string, and I them bulk to place on all the guitars I set up and have not received a single complaint. Even from people who are used to playing 11s with a wrapped G. It's my private opinion that 9s are only useful in situations where you don't wish to bother setting up the action and intonation, and in every situation I've personally encountered, a guitar set up properly with amazing fret dressing, amazing action, and proper pickup height sounds best with 10s on comparison to boutique options like coated strings I think overall DR still wins in my book, but a fast spray of Fingerease on these does ALMOST just as well as long as you're willing to hold it up regularly. And they stay in tune, properly intoned, and bright sounding for MUCH longer than Elixir strings at half the price. I'm also a fan of the flat- and semi-flatwound strings that D'Addario makes for excessively bright guitars.

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    D'Addario EXL110-3D Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 3 Sets []  2020-2-6 23:51

    Edited:I started using these after recommendation of nickel wound strings for blues/vintage type tone with my strat. My inital thoughts tended to be "comparative" to what I was used to with nickel plated steel, but I'll give my thoughts now that my ears have adjusted and heard the nuances of these e sound of these, which probably concerns most, is very smooth and even across the strings. Even though the wound strings are darker by nature, they're still fairly defined. The thing I like about the nickel wound is that the attack is a different. You can really strike the strings with alot of force or play softly and obtain varying tones and you don't obtain the "clangy-ness" that you can with elixir. This is why I think some jazz and blues players prefer these types of strings. Another thing is that these are designed for more low-output nature, so they tend be to darker, and not drive an amp as hard, or overdrive pedals if you have that said, I like these because they're easily controllable, have long life, and sound very good. They're also cheap, which is a plus. That about sums up my thoughts, I think if you're going for the nickel wound sound, these will work very well, and they won't die after an hour of playing.

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    D'Addario EXL110-3D Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 3 Sets []  2020-2-6 23:51

    This is written from the perspective of a guitarist from a metal band that uses Drop C tuning.I've gone through a amazing amount of strings in my 12 years of playing guitar. It has only been within the past 4 years that I really am adamant about changing strings every 3-5 months... I have a Floyd Rose on my main guitar, so as some of you may know, it can be bothersome to restring with that configuration. However, now that I have found these, I absolutely don't dread the process because the payoff is just too great!I use 11 gauge strings considering the drop tuning, gotta obtain that proper tension! It's something I can't explain but these strings seem to be excellent each time I place a fresh package on. Most guitars were designed to be tuned to standard including mine, with lower gauge strings feeling like rubber bands when downtuned. I absolutely used to play strictly in standard until joining this metalcore band. I never imagined downtuned strings and when I first did it, I was just using improper gauge and hated the method my guitar played. Quick forward to being introduced to 11 gauge and trying all various types of strings.. I kept getting an adequate feeling, but it wasn't until these strings were suggested to me by several various people that I finally found the excellent fit. It feels like I'm playing standard tuning again, but I'm not!Truly these are unique and they just FEEL premium on your fingertips. There's a satisfying, full sound that is produced by these strings and they are smooth, yet textured in a method that glues your fingers when pressure is applied, but are buttery smooth when transitioning to various parts of the neck.D'Addario have hit the nail on the head with these and I highly suggest everyone to at least test these out! Everyone I know who touches my guitars loves these! Oh, yeah I did forget to mention, I use these strings on each guitar I own! Even at standard, a few fast adjustments and these strings feel great.

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    D'Addario EXL110-3D Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 3 Sets []  2020-2-6 23:51

    Amazing string. When I first started playing guitar, I chose Ernie Ball (because that seems to be the most well-known brand). Those strings always seemed to break after a while, though, and so eventually I moved on to trying fresh string brands. After I tried D'Addario, I really haven't used any other brands. They are color coded at the bottom to easily differentiate which string is which and the strings always sound amazing after they're broken in. They always seem to latest forever, and I only really obtain a broken string after many, a lot of months. Some of my guitars have had the same set of D'Addario strings for a few years and haven't broken yet. Overall these are amazing strings. I always use .10's, but I have used the .09's before and they have the same quality as well. I would definitely recommend this brand of strings, and I would also advise any potential buyers to spend the additional for a 3-pack. Even though these strings are the best quality I've ever used, they will still break from time to time. That's just how strings are. So save yourself some time and and obtain the 3-pack (unless you're still testing out various string gauges, in which case a 3-pack might be a waste of money).

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    Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Nickel Wound Set, .010 - .052 (3 Pack) []  2020-5-21 19:5

    A gauge set for when you like to noodle but tone is also kind of a huge deal... Been playing for 20 years. Every time I test fresh strings, I always come back to the EB's. They latest a amazing while if you case your guitar. They don't seem to go dead or break as often as other brands. I'd heard some years back of a theory that you should play the thickest gauge you can that doesn't slay your fingers. Thicker strings = better tone. I only tune down a half-step, so this set is just right for me. Love 'em. Probably won't ever play anything else.

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    Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Nickel Wound Set, .010 - .052 (3 Pack) []  2020-5-21 19:5

    I’ve been playing bass for decades and recently I decided to my first electric guitar. I’m sure it sat out on the showroom floor for awhile and a lot of grubby hands probably touched it, so I wanted to swap out strings so I can establish some sort of frame of reference (I had no idea what my guitar was originally strung with). This being my first guitar I didn’t know what the cost of amazing guitar strings was, so I basically just searched on Amazon for guitar strings and picked the first thing I saw which had dozens of reviews and was highly rated (these strings).If I’m being totally honest, I didn’t read into the info (or heck, even past the title obviously) because I ordered two sets and figured I was just going to obtain two sets of strings. I’m used to paying a lot more for bass strings, so $12.99 seemed reasonable enough. I bought two sets because I wanted some backups. To my surprise, when I opened the pack I was greeted with SIX sets of strings (since each pack is a three-pack). I thought I received the wrong item so I looked at my history and sure enough, I ordered two three-packs. Now I have method more than enough strings which is a amazing issue to have but I can’t believe each set of strings is just a hair over $4.00/set. What a deal!These are my first strings so I can’t give you the pros/cons in how they compare to others but they sure sound amazing to me!

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    Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Nickel Wound Set, .010 - .052 (3 Pack) []  2020-5-21 19:5

    I've been using D'Addario for decades. And still use them. But I wanted to test these Slinky Strings. Found out that I liked them so much, I added them to my Subscribe and Save monthly deliveries. I like the Regulars, or size 10 best on my Strat and Les Paul. I have a lot of guitars so I change strings beautiful often. I do use Dave Gilmour's GHS, and Fender Bullets too. But these are amazing strings and quick becoming my favorites, with the D'Addario coming in a very close 2nd. Depending on which guitar they are on. If you haven't tried this brand of string yet, I would definitely recommend giving them a try. They have a amazing sound and bend easy. And the is true hard to beat for this quality of string.

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    Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Nickel Wound Set, .010 - .052 (3 Pack) []  2020-5-21 19:5

    I got these on an Amazon deal, and ordered 2 separate 3 packs. I've used this brand of strings for years, and I like the affordability of the 3-pack. Within the 3-pack, each set of strings is packaged as a set, and each string is also individually packaged. My only 2 frustrations were that the 3-pack doesn't have a zip-lock (you have to chop or tear the packaging apart), and also with my set of Slinkys the internal string sets ended up getting glued / trapped inside the top part of the foil outer package. I had to carefully peel everything apart.

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    Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Nickel Wound Set, .010 - .052 (3 Pack) []  2020-5-21 19:5

    I started learning how to play the guitar about 1 month ago. I was started off playing with the standard string that I got with my guitar. Even though I practice frequently, my fingers still hurt. I decided to do some research on how to fix my issue and one of the solutions was to obtain a various set of strings. The super slinky seemed to be the best for me so I bought it. After setting up the strings and doing a practice session, I can honestly say that it created a difference. The strings were a bit easier to play with and my fingers did not damage as much. It is not a magic set of strings that will take away the finger pains for a beginner but it will definitely help, especially if you are buying it for a child.

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    Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Nickel Wound Set, .010 - .052 (3 Pack) []  2020-5-21 19:5

    Amazing set of strings for a amazing price. Compared to other strings from D'addario, Gibson, and Elixer, these strings are a much better value since they are so cheap. However, in all the years that I have been playing, I have not once said, "man this guitar is great, what kind of strings are these?" Amazing guitars play and sound great, period, given of course that you are using at least decent strings. I know that every guitarist has their go-to strings, as do I (and the brands and styles vary across each of my guitars), but honestly strings are strings. These days, so much attention is to the manufacturing of these strings, that the quality and consistency is amazing across a number of various brands. Generally, I can't tell much of a difference in tone, playability, or "slinky-ness" across brands. (I can hear the groans now) Hear me out though, if I wish to change the tone, I will obtain a various string gauge, and this is the same for slinkyness. In the end, given 5 sets of top notch strings, I will pick the new set vs. a worn set 10 times out of s:Very for 3 sets of strings, that means you can change more often, which in turn means that these strings will feel and sound better longerI feel like they definitely latest longer than say Gibson vintage strings, but most coated, modern strings will be ns:NoneConclusion:Strings are strings, and given a amazing set of strings, I would only base this recommendation on and amazing value (5 stars for that). If you are just starting out, I recommend you test a number of various strings to search your preference, but usually in a pinch whatever my local has on hand has worked just fine.

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    Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Nickel Wound Set, .010 - .052 (3 Pack) []  2020-5-21 19:5

    I strings multiple packs at a time. My band plays out often so professional musicians understand that you wish to have "back up" strings on hand at all times. With a gig latest night I opened a sealed package of Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Sets, .010 - .046 that I ordered from Amazon Prime to place on my Fender Strat. When I got to 16/G I attached the base and running my hand up the string I noticed multiple nicks. Looking closer the nicks in the string were about but not quite the spacing on my Strat. Since sooooo a lot of guitars have various length necks it was obvious this string had been used before. I showed it to our bass player and he validated my suspicions. His comment was "used, probably a Gibson. No, it wasn't the string I took off, it was well worn and laying in front of me. I have played Ernie Ball strings for 20 years... but not any more! I can't return them since I multiple packs at a time for future events. My best guess is it was a return that was repackaged.

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    Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Nickel Wound Set, .010 - .052 (3 Pack) []  2020-5-21 19:5

    I started playing the guitar 3 months ago. I bought one that’s suitable for beginners at my local melody and have been using that ever since. I test to practice whenever I can, usually in the evenings after the children have had dinner. It can be distracting if they’re being hyper (my 4 & 6 year olds never seem to run out of energy), but it’s the only time I can really play. My fingers would damage but I thought it was just a matter of having to obtain used to it. Well that issue never went away so I did some research and found out that it might be due to my strings.I asked my guitar instructor for some recommendations and he told me to obtain these strings. He also told me about these earplugs which support filter out background noise so I can focus - they actually do seem to help. Anyways I tried to obtain these strings locally but they didn’t have it at the shop that I usually go to so I bought it online from amazon. I don’t have prime membership so it took a few days to obtain here but I was okay with that since I managed to obtain it while it was on sale. One package comes with three sets and I got it for under $15 so I feel like I got a beautiful amazing deal.I’ve never bought any type of guitar string before aside from the ones that came with my instrument so I can’t compare them that well with others but from what I can tell the quality is great. I also noticed on the packaging that it’s created in the USA so that’s always a amazing sign. It took me a small while to switch the strings but that’s just me being an amateur and has nothing to do with the actual product.Once I place them on, they had a nice balanced sound. There’s a noticeable difference on how they feel compared to the old ones I had. It makes such a huge difference when I’m practicing…my fingers don’t damage nearly as bad. People say that they also produce a better tone and I believe e only thing I didn’t like about it was the packaging. The neon yellow color is nice but each set comes in a plastic bag that you have to tear apart. It’s not a zip lock design or anything so you’re kind of forced to use all of the strings at once once you’ve opened them. This wasn’t a issue for me since I was replacing all of mine anyway but I can see how it can be annoying for someone who only wants to replace one. You’d need to search a secure put to place it or something.Overall however I am still satisfied with my purchase. I was worried that guitar strings would be expensive but fortunately that wasn’t the case and they’re actually beautiful affordable. I don’t know how long these ones will latest me but if everything is amazing I wouldn’t hesitate to another package when I have to. Would I recommend them? Yes…but I’m not sure I’m in a position to actually recommend anything yet. There are probably a lot more people out there who know more about these products than me. From my experience so far however, they work great.

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    Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Nickel Wound Set, .010 - .052 (3 Pack) []  2020-5-21 19:5

    I don't even know if I need to review these, these are the gold standard for guitar strings as far as I'm concerned. I've been using them for 25 years. Every now and then I stray and test a d'addario or GHS or some such, but I always come back to these. Nice balanced sound. Not too punchy, not too muddy. Amazing feel. Not too grippy, not too slippery. Ernie Ball needs to create a pack that (high) E-G strings though, I go through those well before the low strings are needing to be changed.

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    Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Nickel Wound Set, .010 - .052 (3 Pack) []  2020-5-21 19:5

    I tune to d standard with an original floyd rose floating bridge. These strings work great, sound good. They're definitely beefy. I've been using them for years and don't plan on trying anything r shredding, some bend techniques are a bit harder and slower with these strings. The rock cliche bend up a full step and pull off is noticeably rough. Alternate picking runs seem a small easier to feel. Sweeping is a dream on these. But really these stand out most with chords. They sound great, full, deep, but don't muddy out. But, I also have emg 81/85 modded to 18volts, so my experience with these strings might not be the same as someone running passives or a standard active setup.

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    NEW Full Size 4 Strings Blue Electric Bass Guitar +Gigbag+AMP Cord []  2020-2-6 23:49

    My teen loves this guitar!

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    NEW Full Size 4 Strings Blue Electric Bass Guitar +Gigbag+AMP Cord []  2020-2-6 23:49

    I love that it was nice looking and there were no dings or scratches on it plays great

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    Guitar Strap With 3 Pick Holders For electric/Acoustic Guitar []  2020-2-6 23:49

    Bought this cuz I went up for a talent present the other day and I couldn't figure out what to do with my pick before I started. I normally play this song sitting down and the intro had a finger picking part and transitions to a full on strum in the chorus, so by sitting down, I had time to pick up my pick from my desk and begin strumming. When I stood up there, I fidgeted about, trying to figure out what to do with my pick and I half-joked on the mic to the crowd about how I sit down playing this song. Thankfully, one of the audience members brought up a chair for me to sit on. Ha ha!Anyway, bought this strap so I wouldn't have to with that ever again, and the transition from fingers to pick worked fine and now I'm ready for almost anything.

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    Guitar Strap With 3 Pick Holders For electric/Acoustic Guitar []  2020-2-6 23:49

    The strap works great. It holds my Strat perfectly. I would say that the pick-holders aren't very reliable as they all fell-out as I was rehearsing with my band. If they were a bit deeper, I'm sure they'd keep just fine. At the same time, I am in a rock-band and move around a lot but I was still expecting them to hold. The strap build-quality despite this is very damn amazing for the money!

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    Guitar Strap With 3 Pick Holders For electric/Acoustic Guitar []  2020-2-6 23:49

    This matches my Squier Affinity Telecaster - Rosewood Fingerboard, Slick Silver. It was the least expensive option. It was the best visual match. it also matches the black & blue strap on my midnight blue Ibanez. Four stars for being an effective strap that does what I e pick holder didn't work for me. It was a fun gimmick to test and a secondary reason to choose the strap. I use Dunlop .Delrin, Dark Pink, .96mm guitar picks out of lazy habit. If I stand straight up, never lean down to adjust pedals, or don't take the guitar off for any reason then they stay in. If I have to move then chances are one or two will drop right out. That, to me, was a result to the best strap for my wants, needs, and budget. So it wasn't a large loss.I installed this with a pair of YMC Guitar Protector Premium Strap Locks (6 Pair) Black and have had no issue with the strap twisting or falling off. I'm overall satisfied with this strap. It does the most necessary things I wanted. My picks will continue to fall out of my pockets along with my spare change, as is the natural of the world.

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    Guitar Strap With 3 Pick Holders For electric/Acoustic Guitar []  2020-2-6 23:49

    It's a very amazing guitar strap, just a few awkward things. The pick holders don't quite keep picks, they're a small too small, and the picks fall out. Also, as I carried my guitar with the strap, it slipped off the button on the bottom of the guitar, and my guitar smacked onto the ground. Luckily it's a sturdy old thing, but if it had smashed, I would've been beautiful upset. Overall, basically good, but not great.

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    Guitar Strap With 3 Pick Holders For electric/Acoustic Guitar []  2020-2-6 23:49

    Strap is thinner than a seat belt in a vehicle and its nylon so it will just about chop you if you're not careful. The ends that go on the strap buttons are not good quality but still functional, at least for right now. Pickholders are decent enough though and I like the look of it plus it's 6 dollars and most straps are 12 to 20 dollars. But you obtain what you for.

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    Guitar Strap With 3 Pick Holders For electric/Acoustic Guitar []  2020-2-6 23:49

    I'm the type who doesn't feel the need to spend a lot of on a guitar strap. For me, $50.00 is getting extreme for just a strap. Yes straps like these do have a tendency to slide around over the surface of a smooth shirt especially if you have a neck massive instrument. THAT can be solved using a massive (literally) a classic, heavy, coiled cable. Applies to any guitar. I chose this one because I liked the pattern and the fact it has little sleeves to place picks in in case I drop or misplace a pick and wish one quick. Heh-heh-heh. Anyway. I like it just fine and YES I have a heavy, coiled classic guitar (instrument) cable.

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    Guitar Strap With 3 Pick Holders For electric/Acoustic Guitar []  2020-2-6 23:49

    The only reason I would this would be for a cruel joke on another musician. It is created of a hard plastic-like material that just cuts into anywhere. I took this off my guitar as soon as I could and ordered a decent strap. I have no idea how Amazon can list this as a recommendation.

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    Guitar Strap With 3 Pick Holders For electric/Acoustic Guitar []  2020-2-6 23:49

    I've got a mate who is just learning to play guitar and he required a strap so I got him this one. Reviews were decent enough and the strap seems amazing enough for a beginner guitarist who isn't going to play a whole lot. I would not recommend this strap if you do play a lot - it doesn't feel sturdy enough to keep up (just my opinion). I would also not use this for a heavier guitar like an electric or bass - should work just fine for acoustic. The picks it comes with are very thin and will most likely never obtain used. Overall, it's a amazing value for the price. A amazing stocking stuffer for the occasional guitar player.

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    Guitar Strap With 3 Pick Holders For electric/Acoustic Guitar []  2020-2-6 23:49

    Just obtain a various strap

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    Guitar Strap With 3 Pick Holders For electric/Acoustic Guitar []  2020-2-6 23:49

    I got this strap for my husband's fresh guitar. It is a amazing sturdy strap and months later is still in amazing condition. My only complaint is the picks do fall out of the slots. Perhaps it's a amazing put to place them while you're playing, but if the slots aren't right-side-up, you may wish to place the picks in your pocket or guitar case so you don't lose them. Other than that, it's great! Adjustable length to fit my small short self or my normal sized husband, and the nice neutral tones will not feel out of put no matter what guitar you are using. All around, beautiful pleased.

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    LyxPro 39 inch Electric Guitar Kit Bundle with 20w Amplifier, All Accessories, Digital Clip On Tuner, Six Strings, Two Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, Case Bag Starter kit Pack Full Size []  2020-2-7 21:45

    Bought this for my 11 year old son. He started with an acoustic, but quickly advanced and desired more. This was a amazing bundle for his first electric guitar. I asked his guitar instructor first prior to buying and he said it was a amazing deal. He's learned a lot on it in the latest couple months!

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    LyxPro 39 inch Electric Guitar Kit Bundle with 20w Amplifier, All Accessories, Digital Clip On Tuner, Six Strings, Two Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, Case Bag Starter kit Pack Full Size []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I recommend this guitar for all beginners who need an economic entry level instrument. I did have to raise the bridge settings to excellent the harmonics, and adjust the tremolo (whammy bar) but now it is fine. The guitar performs better and better the more the neck is broken in, so I expect it to be as amazing as any other guitar once it's broken in.Special thanks to Amazon for their beyond professional logistics and customer service, I from Amazon whenever the product I wish is available because of their dependability and secure server, never a problem.

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    LyxPro Electric Guitar 39" inch Complete Beginner Starter kit Pack Full Size with 20w Amp, Package Includes All Accessories, Digital Tuner, Strings, Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, and Case Bag []  2020-2-7 21:49

    The picks are trash, the cable is mediocre, the straps need improvement, the amp works, the case is good, the wrenches work, the tuner works, the strings are... strings, and the guitar is great!

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    LyxPro Electric Guitar 39" inch Complete Beginner Starter kit Pack Full Size with 20w Amp, Package Includes All Accessories, Digital Tuner, Strings, Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, and Case Bag []  2020-2-7 21:49

    My 15 year-old daughter bought this with her birthday money. She plays classical guitar and wanted to add an electric. I was a small hesitant because I thought at this it must be a POS, but she's satisfied with it. Is it as amazing as a $500 guitar? No. But for the price, it gets the job done. She's satisfied with it and I'm satisfied with it because I haven't had to return it or figure out how to with any technical issues. She unboxed it and set it up herself with no support from me. She's also able to play it in her room without disturbing the rest of the house. :)

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    LyxPro 39 inch Electric Guitar Kit Bundle with 20w Amplifier, All Accessories, Digital Clip On Tuner, Six Strings, Two Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, Case Bag Starter kit Pack Full Size []  2020-2-7 21:45

    My 15 year-old daughter bought this with her birthday money. She plays classical guitar and wanted to add an electric. I was a small hesitant because I thought at this it must be a POS, but she's satisfied with it. Is it as amazing as a $500 guitar? No. But for the price, it gets the job done. She's satisfied with it and I'm satisfied with it because I haven't had to return it or figure out how to with any technical issues. She unboxed it and set it up herself with no support from me. She's also able to play it in her room without disturbing the rest of the house. :)

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    LyxPro 39 inch Electric Guitar Kit Bundle with 20w Amplifier, All Accessories, Digital Clip On Tuner, Six Strings, Two Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, Case Bag Starter kit Pack Full Size []  2020-2-7 21:45

    A amazing guitar kit for beginners. I had to change the strings to a flat wound set and adjust the neck, but it plays well. The amp is better than I thought, as was the cable. I did a higher end cable and a amazing tuner pedal as the rest of the kit is for young first-time electric guitar players.

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    LyxPro Electric Guitar 39" inch Complete Beginner Starter kit Pack Full Size with 20w Amp, Package Includes All Accessories, Digital Tuner, Strings, Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, and Case Bag []  2020-2-7 21:49

    Bought this for my 11 year old son. He started with an acoustic, but quickly advanced and desired more. This was a amazing bundle for his first electric guitar. I asked his guitar instructor first prior to buying and he said it was a amazing deal. He's learned a lot on it in the latest couple months!

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    LyxPro Electric Guitar 39" inch Complete Beginner Starter kit Pack Full Size with 20w Amp, Package Includes All Accessories, Digital Tuner, Strings, Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, and Case Bag []  2020-2-7 21:49

    The guitar is great. Amp looks cool and decent, but haven’t tried it yet. Tuner works well. I give this three stars because of the case it comes with. It is paper thin. Literally. It also smells very powerful of chemicals. I bought this set because it comes with extras, but I feel like the case is worth a dollar. I had to another case separately for $30 and it’s a much better alternative to the case provided. I hate how the picture makes the case look decent when it’s really a super thin piece of junk. It’s like tablecloth material.

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    LyxPro Electric Guitar 39" inch Complete Beginner Starter kit Pack Full Size with 20w Amp, Package Includes All Accessories, Digital Tuner, Strings, Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, and Case Bag []  2020-2-7 21:49

    I bought this set up for my son who is just getting into playing guitar. The amp is well made, and produces good, clear sound, for a teenager's bedroom. It isn't loud enough to rock the whole neighborhood, and with his door closed at the other end of my modest home, I can turn the TV up and barely hear it. The guitar, straps, and cables are all created of amazing sturdy quality as well. For a beginner setup, that doesn't cost you your sanity, while someone is trying to learn to play, this is an perfect purchase.

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    LyxPro 39 inch Electric Guitar Kit Bundle with 20w Amplifier, All Accessories, Digital Clip On Tuner, Six Strings, Two Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, Case Bag Starter kit Pack Full Size []  2020-2-7 21:45

    Total beginner, old guy (51 years) and just starting and I would give it 3.5 stars if I could. The guitar itself, from what small I know, looks great. But from watching videos and items while trying to learn I've noticed that this is indeed a guitar set, but a few tweaks certainly created it more fun to play with and to use. It came with everything shown, the guitar, the tuner, the amplifier, the cord, the allen wrenches, the pics, the strings, the whammy bar, the gig bag and the strap. It was packaged well, and came when it was said it would come. One thing that upset me the most was that I 160.00 USD for this and within a week and a half it had dropped 20 bucks in price, but hey, what can you do, right?This all being said, this is my take (as a major beginner) on each item:1. Obviously, the strings are crap. I actually had read in the reviews that this guitar required fresh strings in the reviews, but after three of them broke within the first two weeks, I got some NYXL strings and WOW!!! there is a MAJOR difference in tone and feel. My guitar actually stays in tune for several days! Negative - 2 stars for the strings2. The picks, to me, weren't worth it at all - I got some thicker ones with grips and they work much better for me. They don't feel like they will break and Im not constantly fighting to hold them in the correct position. This is my opinion of course and may just be something stupid lol! 2 stars for me3. The guitar strap isn't worth the weight it added to the package, which was very little. It won't stay in put and is uncomfortable. Do yourself a favor and just a various one that looks cool. I got a Koolemon Black and Whit Grid Pattern strap that I LOVE for like 6 bucks. Stays on and isn't budging, plus its a bit longer and looks great! Negative -10 stars on the strap.4. The Tuner works beautiful well, but when used alongside a tuning application on my phone, it didn't exactly match up (The application is from Fender, and I used another one called Guitartuna). So, honestly, Im not really sure which one is more accurate. However, the tuner that comes with this set is little and beautiful indiscreet so I like it. 4 stars on the tuner5. Cord to the amplifier from the guitar is good. Fits very well in the connections and doesn't wiggle around. 5 stars6. Additional strings are just more of the junk ones they sent already strung. Obtain rid of them and obtain a amazing set of strings and I promise you will have fun this guitar so much more! Negative - 2 stars again7. The gig bag is ok for keeping items off your guitar and to hold it from getting scratched up. However, I wouldn't trust it to carry the guitar from put to place. No padding at all, though the items it's created of feels beautiful sturdy. I just wish to obtain a fresh one with some padding. 3.5 stars for the bag8. The amplifier - I live in a downstairs apartment and it;s the excellent size. Doesn't take up much space, and has more than enough loudness that I can bother the upstairs neighbors with, hahahahaha! It has an overdrive button, a gain dial, a bass dial, a treble dial and a volume dial. All feel like they fit well and move beautiful well. You won't rock any concert halls with it, but you can entertain an audience in your house with it! No crackles, or squeals, or anything like that. Sounds really amazing for a little thing. Depending on what you want, 5 stars on the amplifier because its much better than I thought it would be.9. The guitar itself. Body is clean with no scratches, dents or dings. The neck, to my untrained eye, looks very straight. Love the black on black color scheme this guitar has. The action (for those of you like me who are just learning is the distance of the strings from the frets) was beautiful high. I tried adjusting them down, and think I got them kinda right, but some of the frets themselves need some work, I think. I believe a couple of them are too high. Technically, I think maybe the pickups are beautiful cheap, but to my untrained ear, they sound beautiful good. Maybe I'll obtain some fresh ones from Fender and see what happens. The volume and tone knobs are beautiful tight on the posts and aren't bad. However, I do believe that maybe the 2 tone dials need to be replaced as they don't seem to affect the tone of the guitar much in the 1, 3 and 5 slider positions. Like I have to turn them WAY down to even hear a change on the 2nd and 4th positions of the slider, and I hear no change in the other positions. The slider(?) which has 5 selections seems amazing and solid, and they do change the method the guitar sounds. It has a tremolo and whammy bar which seemed really unnecessarily difficult to move, though I don't use it. Ive been thinking of changing the tremolo out but it seems ok - the intonation on this guitar is not method off (again for beginners like me - thats the sound the string makes with begin strings tuned to E A D G B E and when played on the 12th fret should be E A D G B E and in tune as close as possible.) The tuning pegs - I think they're called machine something or other? - seem a small twitchy to me so maybe a fresh set are in order. Like when you are tuning it, you have to create sure your fingers aren't touching them or it will give you a false positive. Overall, I think with a small bit of work, this is a amazing guitar - not pro by any means, but it certainly has hooked me. Since I can't afford a begin from Fender or Ibanez or wherever yet, this one will do and if I can add the pieces I need, maybe I can create it a superfrankenstrat over time, lol. I give the guitar a 4 star others have said, this is a amazing guitar for a beginner, or possibly a more experienced player who wants to mess around with a guitar and see what they can do with it. It certainly has hooked me, and I practice on it every day for about 30 mins to an hour and a half - Ive learned 3 chords in the 3 weeks since I got it and use Rocksmith in between times. I want they had blue, but eh, the black looks good! Now I just need to search a guitar tech and have them set it up right for me. So, obtain this guitar, obtain various strings and a strap and begin playing!

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    LyxPro 39 inch Electric Guitar Kit Bundle with 20w Amplifier, All Accessories, Digital Clip On Tuner, Six Strings, Two Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, Case Bag Starter kit Pack Full Size []  2020-2-7 21:45

    Wow was kind of surprised this guitar is decent has a adjustable neck......pickups work well and it plays amazing too. For the and what you obtain it's well worth the price. It's a amazing at home practice or beginner guitar. I'm happy with the it plays amazing amp puts out amazing plus you obtain additional strings a amazing tuner and case for guitar. I like it a lot and it suits my needs give it a test it's but well built and plays like a more expensive guitar!

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    LyxPro Electric Guitar 39" inch Complete Beginner Starter kit Pack Full Size with 20w Amp, Package Includes All Accessories, Digital Tuner, Strings, Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, and Case Bag []  2020-2-7 21:49

    I bought this for my neice as a Christmas gift. She loved it. The guitar is nice, the amp is smaller than I anticipated and the accesories quality ok. A amazing starter kit for the price. Had better luck tuning with an I-phone application than the tuner in the kit.

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    LyxPro Electric Guitar 39" inch Complete Beginner Starter kit Pack Full Size with 20w Amp, Package Includes All Accessories, Digital Tuner, Strings, Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, and Case Bag []  2020-2-7 21:49

    I recommend this guitar for all beginners who need an economic entry level instrument. I did have to raise the bridge settings to excellent the harmonics, and adjust the tremolo (whammy bar) but now it is fine. The guitar performs better and better the more the neck is broken in, so I expect it to be as amazing as any other guitar once it's broken in.Special thanks to Amazon for their beyond professional logistics and customer service, I from Amazon whenever the product I wish is available because of their dependability and secure server, never a problem.

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    LyxPro 39 inch Electric Guitar Kit Bundle with 20w Amplifier, All Accessories, Digital Clip On Tuner, Six Strings, Two Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, Case Bag Starter kit Pack Full Size []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I bought this for my neice as a Christmas gift. She loved it. The guitar is nice, the amp is smaller than I anticipated and the accesories quality ok. A amazing starter kit for the price. Had better luck tuning with an I-phone application than the tuner in the kit.

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    LyxPro Electric Guitar 39" inch Complete Beginner Starter kit Pack Full Size with 20w Amp, Package Includes All Accessories, Digital Tuner, Strings, Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, and Case Bag []  2020-2-7 21:49

    Total beginner, old guy (51 years) and just starting and I would give it 3.5 stars if I could. The guitar itself, from what small I know, looks great. But from watching videos and items while trying to learn I've noticed that this is indeed a guitar set, but a few tweaks certainly created it more fun to play with and to use. It came with everything shown, the guitar, the tuner, the amplifier, the cord, the allen wrenches, the pics, the strings, the whammy bar, the gig bag and the strap. It was packaged well, and came when it was said it would come. One thing that upset me the most was that I 160.00 USD for this and within a week and a half it had dropped 20 bucks in price, but hey, what can you do, right?This all being said, this is my take (as a major beginner) on each item:1. Obviously, the strings are crap. I actually had read in the reviews that this guitar required fresh strings in the reviews, but after three of them broke within the first two weeks, I got some NYXL strings and WOW!!! there is a MAJOR difference in tone and feel. My guitar actually stays in tune for several days! Negative - 2 stars for the strings2. The picks, to me, weren't worth it at all - I got some thicker ones with grips and they work much better for me. They don't feel like they will break and Im not constantly fighting to hold them in the correct position. This is my opinion of course and may just be something stupid lol! 2 stars for me3. The guitar strap isn't worth the weight it added to the package, which was very little. It won't stay in put and is uncomfortable. Do yourself a favor and just a various one that looks cool. I got a Koolemon Black and Whit Grid Pattern strap that I LOVE for like 6 bucks. Stays on and isn't budging, plus its a bit longer and looks great! Negative -10 stars on the strap.4. The Tuner works beautiful well, but when used alongside a tuning application on my phone, it didn't exactly match up (The application is from Fender, and I used another one called Guitartuna). So, honestly, Im not really sure which one is more accurate. However, the tuner that comes with this set is little and beautiful indiscreet so I like it. 4 stars on the tuner5. Cord to the amplifier from the guitar is good. Fits very well in the connections and doesn't wiggle around. 5 stars6. Additional strings are just more of the junk ones they sent already strung. Obtain rid of them and obtain a amazing set of strings and I promise you will have fun this guitar so much more! Negative - 2 stars again7. The gig bag is ok for keeping items off your guitar and to hold it from getting scratched up. However, I wouldn't trust it to carry the guitar from put to place. No padding at all, though the items it's created of feels beautiful sturdy. I just wish to obtain a fresh one with some padding. 3.5 stars for the bag8. The amplifier - I live in a downstairs apartment and it;s the excellent size. Doesn't take up much space, and has more than enough loudness that I can bother the upstairs neighbors with, hahahahaha! It has an overdrive button, a gain dial, a bass dial, a treble dial and a volume dial. All feel like they fit well and move beautiful well. You won't rock any concert halls with it, but you can entertain an audience in your house with it! No crackles, or squeals, or anything like that. Sounds really amazing for a little thing. Depending on what you want, 5 stars on the amplifier because its much better than I thought it would be.9. The guitar itself. Body is clean with no scratches, dents or dings. The neck, to my untrained eye, looks very straight. Love the black on black color scheme this guitar has. The action (for those of you like me who are just learning is the distance of the strings from the frets) was beautiful high. I tried adjusting them down, and think I got them kinda right, but some of the frets themselves need some work, I think. I believe a couple of them are too high. Technically, I think maybe the pickups are beautiful cheap, but to my untrained ear, they sound beautiful good. Maybe I'll obtain some fresh ones from Fender and see what happens. The volume and tone knobs are beautiful tight on the posts and aren't bad. However, I do believe that maybe the 2 tone dials need to be replaced as they don't seem to affect the tone of the guitar much in the 1, 3 and 5 slider positions. Like I have to turn them WAY down to even hear a change on the 2nd and 4th positions of the slider, and I hear no change in the other positions. The slider(?) which has 5 selections seems amazing and solid, and they do change the method the guitar sounds. It has a tremolo and whammy bar which seemed really unnecessarily difficult to move, though I don't use it. Ive been thinking of changing the tremolo out but it seems ok - the intonation on this guitar is not method off (again for beginners like me - thats the sound the string makes with begin strings tuned to E A D G B E and when played on the 12th fret should be E A D G B E and in tune as close as possible.) The tuning pegs - I think they're called machine something or other? - seem a small twitchy to me so maybe a fresh set are in order. Like when you are tuning it, you have to create sure your fingers aren't touching them or it will give you a false positive. Overall, I think with a small bit of work, this is a amazing guitar - not pro by any means, but it certainly has hooked me. Since I can't afford a begin from Fender or Ibanez or wherever yet, this one will do and if I can add the pieces I need, maybe I can create it a superfrankenstrat over time, lol. I give the guitar a 4 star others have said, this is a amazing guitar for a beginner, or possibly a more experienced player who wants to mess around with a guitar and see what they can do with it. It certainly has hooked me, and I practice on it every day for about 30 mins to an hour and a half - Ive learned 3 chords in the 3 weeks since I got it and use Rocksmith in between times. I want they had blue, but eh, the black looks good! Now I just need to search a guitar tech and have them set it up right for me. So, obtain this guitar, obtain various strings and a strap and begin playing!

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    LyxPro Electric Guitar 39" inch Complete Beginner Starter kit Pack Full Size with 20w Amp, Package Includes All Accessories, Digital Tuner, Strings, Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, and Case Bag []  2020-2-7 21:49

    Wow was kind of surprised this guitar is decent has a adjustable neck......pickups work well and it plays amazing too. For the and what you obtain it's well worth the price. It's a amazing at home practice or beginner guitar. I'm happy with the it plays amazing amp puts out amazing plus you obtain additional strings a amazing tuner and case for guitar. I like it a lot and it suits my needs give it a test it's but well built and plays like a more expensive guitar!

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    LyxPro Electric Guitar 39" inch Complete Beginner Starter kit Pack Full Size with 20w Amp, Package Includes All Accessories, Digital Tuner, Strings, Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, and Case Bag []  2020-2-7 21:49

    A amazing guitar kit for beginners. I had to change the strings to a flat wound set and adjust the neck, but it plays well. The amp is better than I thought, as was the cable. I did a higher end cable and a amazing tuner pedal as the rest of the kit is for young first-time electric guitar players.

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    LyxPro 39 inch Electric Guitar Kit Bundle with 20w Amplifier, All Accessories, Digital Clip On Tuner, Six Strings, Two Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, Case Bag Starter kit Pack Full Size []  2020-2-7 21:45

    The picks are trash, the cable is mediocre, the straps need improvement, the amp works, the case is good, the wrenches work, the tuner works, the strings are... strings, and the guitar is great!

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    LyxPro 39 inch Electric Guitar Kit Bundle with 20w Amplifier, All Accessories, Digital Clip On Tuner, Six Strings, Two Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, Case Bag Starter kit Pack Full Size []  2020-2-7 21:45

    The guitar is great. Amp looks cool and decent, but haven’t tried it yet. Tuner works well. I give this three stars because of the case it comes with. It is paper thin. Literally. It also smells very powerful of chemicals. I bought this set because it comes with extras, but I feel like the case is worth a dollar. I had to another case separately for $30 and it’s a much better alternative to the case provided. I hate how the picture makes the case look decent when it’s really a super thin piece of junk. It’s like tablecloth material.

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    LyxPro 39 inch Electric Guitar Kit Bundle with 20w Amplifier, All Accessories, Digital Clip On Tuner, Six Strings, Two Picks, Tremolo Bar, Shoulder Strap, Case Bag Starter kit Pack Full Size []  2020-2-7 21:45

    I bought this set up for my son who is just getting into playing guitar. The amp is well made, and produces good, clear sound, for a teenager's bedroom. It isn't loud enough to rock the whole neighborhood, and with his door closed at the other end of my modest home, I can turn the TV up and barely hear it. The guitar, straps, and cables are all created of amazing sturdy quality as well. For a beginner setup, that doesn't cost you your sanity, while someone is trying to learn to play, this is an perfect purchase.

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    D'Addario EJ27N 3/4 Student Nylon Fractional Classical Guitar Strings, Normal Tension []  2020-5-21 19:5

    I bought these for my daughter's Yamaha GL1 over a year ago. They have so far been amazing strings. I can see that I need to replace them soon, but they have held up well. The tone is nice, and it has been amazing that we don't have to transpose every song when she plays along. The only negative is that the B string was too huge for the slot in the nut.

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    D'Addario EJ27N 3/4 Student Nylon Fractional Classical Guitar Strings, Normal Tension []  2020-5-21 19:5

    These are quality silverplated bass and clear treble nylon strings created by D’Addario. I bought the Normal tension sets. I can’t tell a huge difference, if any, between these and D’Addario’s premium EJ45 Pro-Arté sets, but that’s my take. Maybe the Pro-Arté sets have a bit more clarity in sound?For the budget player (like me), this pack of 3 sets for less than the of 2 premium sets makes ese strings won’t disappoint. Take your time to tie them correctly. Give them a few days to stretch a little. Have fun your classical guitar with these Classic strings.

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    D'Addario EJ27N 3/4 Student Nylon Fractional Classical Guitar Strings, Normal Tension []  2020-5-21 19:5

    Replacement strings for my fresh guitar. The guitar could have sat for years waiting for me to it, all the while the strings grow old and sour. So I bought this smaller gauge set and trashed the telephone wire cables that were on my guitar. Replace strings on any fresh uke or guitar you unless you witness the seller installing fresh strings.

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    D'Addario EJ27N 3/4 Student Nylon Fractional Classical Guitar Strings, Normal Tension []  2020-5-21 19:5

    These are amazing strings. I used them on a Honer 1/2 sized "folk" play and learn children guitar I picked up at a goodwill for about $8. I got it because it was and I actually really enjoyed playing it vs. my "real" guitars. I also don't mind if my 5yr old wants to play with ese strings are a much lighter gauge than what was on it, which I believe to be the factory ones. These fresh lighter strings look and feel more appropriate to the scale of the guitar and they also have a better/brighter sound, though that of course could be simply due to fresh strings vs. who knows how old the ones they replaced were. These are probably better strings than the thing deserves... it's barely above toy status and nothing aside from divine intervention would create it anything else. Still, amazing strings are amazing strings. A few amazing stretches on them when stringing and tuning them up helps settle them in a small faster but they will lose tune constantly until they are stretched in, that's beautiful much just how guitar strings are as far as I know but these do take a while to search their balance.

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    D'Addario EJ27N 3/4 Student Nylon Fractional Classical Guitar Strings, Normal Tension []  2020-5-21 19:5

    My first restringing attempt on Fender CN-90. Was worried that there would be enough string -- but they were plenty long. Comfortable strings. Had to tune very very often the first week strings were on guitar. They sound amazing but that's an opinion of an uneducated novice on the guitar.

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    D'Addario EJ27N 3/4 Student Nylon Fractional Classical Guitar Strings, Normal Tension []  2020-5-21 19:5

    I bought these strings to go along with a fairly 1/2 size guitar (Hohner) for my daughter as she had been asking for a guitar, so the guitar and the strings were a bonus on her 4th birthday. Admittedly, the guitar is fairly cheap, including the tuners. I'm not so sure if it's a function of the strings or the guitar, itself, but the 3 higher strings (i.e., nylon, not the ones with metal-wound coating) are in constant need of re-tuning each time we begin a fresh playing session. Admittedly, she only "plays" (i.e., plucking/strumming while I create chord shapes) sporadically, so the strings might not have gotten an adequate amount of stretching in the month or so that she has been playing.

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    D'Addario EJ27N 3/4 Student Nylon Fractional Classical Guitar Strings, Normal Tension []  2020-5-21 19:5

    The old (somewhat rusted) strings set sound beautiful weird on Yamaha guitar 1/2 I bought from local Craiglist (for 1/3 it's brand fresh price). After putting this string set on, it sounds warm and loud as it should.I work on guitars, mandolins and understand that a matching string set bring out the best tone from an instrument.

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    D'Addario EJ27N 3/4 Student Nylon Fractional Classical Guitar Strings, Normal Tension []  2020-5-21 19:5

    Tried replacing metal strings with nylon on a short children guitar. The length was fine, however:There was nothing on the end to keep the strings in place. Metal strings have a stud wired in to keep the string. We tied a knot and got some of them to work. They eventually popped itial installation was difficult because it was hard to tell which the strings went on. They are slightly colourful on one end, but was rubbed off or hard to see in the set we ese have a lot of stretch. Had to re-tune several times.2 weeks of use, and they have almost all popped off. Going back to metal strings.

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