These strings are really good, but i dont think they are the perfect ones for me. that's just personal preference though. try them out if you want versitility in your playing.
Price: $5.95 (new)
Where Obtained: A Sound Choice
Right now, i'm playing .10s, but these are a very versitile group of strings. the lows and highs both sound very good, so i can play jazz and rock on them.
They sound great, and on my Heritage through my Trademark 60, i get a really nice tone. good for playing most styles of jazz and rock.
Of course, we all want strings that last forever and sound good, and these strings stay in tune extremely well. i change them maybe every month or month and a half, but i think they could go 2+ months w/o a change.
If you don't mind changing strings you'll love these Tite-Fits. They really are different feeling that other strings. I've played GHS and D'Addario strings for years along with SIT and other brands. The DRs are the only ones that feel unique (the core is smaller than on other brands and make for greater physical flexibility). You can bend these to the moon.
Where Obtained: The Great Mystic Void
Unlike normal strings, these are loaded with unconventional features, bells, and plenty of whistles
These are great sounding strings good for all sorts of music. However, I think they would really excel at country. They have a lot of snap and twang.
AS much as I like these strings they wear out quickly...you'll be changing strings about once a week due to corrosion.