GHS Guitar Boomers

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Description 11-50 Gauge electric guitar strings.
Posted By Carl Anderson (2230)
Directory Equipment: Strings
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Overall Rating: 4.5 (of 5)
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On 6/19/2003, Don Brozz (271) posted:
Overall Rating:
I've been using these for a long, long time. I've tried others, but always come back to these.
Price: $0.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Music Store
Features:
Nickel wound, .009 - .042
Sound Quality:
Excellent sound. I use these for hard rock/metal and occasional blues.
Durability:
They always stay in tune, wind 'em up, give 'em a stretch or two and tune 'em. They also live a fairly long life. I play almost everyday and change them about once a month, but that's only because I like fresh strings, not because they're worn out.
On 10/29/2000, Carl Anderson (2230) posted:
Overall Rating:
I lke these strings a lot. I have played them more than any others. I am going to try some Fender Bullets because I have a trem, and I can get them in a heavier guage(12-52. I like big strings cuz they aren't wimpy.) I might try some Everlys too.
Price: $7.95 (new)
Where Obtained: Music Store
Features:
11-50 guage strings. Ball ends. Roundwound. Nickel plated steel wrap.
Sound Quality:
These strings sound pretty good. I play blues and these strings work pretty well for that, and any other style for that matter.
Durability:
Under my heavy blues playing, these strings sound new for about 2 weeks. They still sound ok now, after 2 or 3 months. I have to tune about once a week, but thats my guitar too. They last quite a while, unless your like me and bend the crap out of them. I keep all my previously changed strings in the case of one beaking. I go through about 3 high E strings before I change. Since I dont have a lot of money, I play stings until they all bust. These are very reliable.