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Ernie Ball 3222 Nickel Hybrid Slinky Electric Guitar Strings 3-Pack
Gauges 09-11-16-26-36-46. Nickels are the most popular of the Ernie Ball Slinky guitar strings. Made from nickel-plated steel wire wrapped around tin-plated hex-shaped steel core wire. Produces a well-balanced all-around good sound. Ernie Ball strings are precision manufactured to the highest standards and most exacting specs to assure consistency, optimum performance, and long life. Ernie Ball is the pioneer of rock and roll guitar strings. Setting the standard for the industry has enabled Slinky electric guitar strings to become the world's top selling brand. Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Steve Vai, and Slash are among the long list of Slinky players.
Everly B-52 Rockers Alloy Medium Hybrid Electric Guitar Strings
52% iron mixed with 48% nickel is the formula for Alloy-52. This magnetically active alloy makes for an extremely durable, highly responsive string, with awesome resonance characteristics. It resists tarnish up to 3 times over its nickel-plated steel predecessor and delivers more sustain and overtones. Alloy-52 is a mysterious metallic substance found in the desert just outside Pahrump, Nevada and is believed to have fallen from space.
Ernie Ball 2241 Hybrid Slinky RPS 9 Electric Guitar Strings
Gauges 09-11-16-26-36-46.Ernie Ball RPS strings are reinforced versions of the standard Slinky electric guitar strings. A patented winding of bronze wire is tightly wrapped around the lock twist of the ball end. String slippage and breakage are minimized at the ball end where they most often occur. RPS strings last longer and stay in tune better than conventional plain strings. These strings can be used on electric and acoustic guitars but not on classical guitars.All Ernie Ball strings are precision manufactured to the highest standards and most exacting specs to assure consistency, optimum performance, and long life. Ernie Ball is the pioneer of rock and roll guitar strings. Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Steve Vai, and Slash are among the long list of Slinky players.
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