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Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings

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Treat your axe to a new set of strings!

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Dean Markley NickelSteel strings are mainstays of electric guitarists everywhere. Delivered in tarnish-resistant individual envelopes and an environmentally friendly box. NickelSteel Electric guitar strings sound fantastic and last a super long time.


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Dean Markley2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings
 
4.4

(based on 13 reviews)

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Pros

  • Good tone (3)

Cons

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Better Than D'Addario

I'm a pro utility musician that plays Keyboards and Guitar in a few of my bands. I have a Les Paul Deluxe with mini humbuckers. I was the typical D'Addario user, but I...Read complete review

I'm a pro utility musician that plays Keyboards and Guitar in a few of my bands. I have a Les Paul Deluxe with mini humbuckers. I was the typical D'Addario user, but I was in need of a change. I picked the Dean Markeley Signature Series LTHB 10-52's I do like the extra beef you get on the low end. I play mostly classic rock, Led Zep stuff and these strings handle DADGAD and normal tunings perfectly. My last set of these stayed on my guitar for 5 months! They are incredible and feel great. And The price... you better buy a case of them!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not the Dean Markley's I remember

Crap.
I used to buy DM's years ago, but haven't bought them in a long time. I decided to get these based on price. I top wrap my Les Paul and it...Read complete review

Crap.
I used to buy DM's years ago, but haven't bought them in a long time. I decided to get these based on price. I top wrap my Les Paul and it took three sets of strings to get a set on my guitar. With the first set, the high E broke at the ball end while tuning. The second set, the B string broke, again at the ball end. After playing for two hours, the G, B, and E started corroding and turning black. I guess I'm back to GHS.
Three sets to get one good set.

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Buy these!

By Thebigchin22

from PA

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Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

This are great strings. My brother has these on his Telecaster and they have great intonation and sound. They stay in tune pretty well, too, so you don't have to worry about them during shows. Great overall strings!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Better Than D'Addario

By Carykeyz

from CT

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Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

I'm a pro utility musician that plays Keyboards and Guitar in a few of my bands. I have a Les Paul Deluxe with mini humbuckers. I was the typical D'Addario user, but I was in need of a change. I picked the Dean Markeley Signature Series LTHB 10-52's I do like the extra beef you get on the low end. I play mostly classic rock, Led Zep stuff and these strings handle DADGAD and normal tunings perfectly. My last set of these stayed on my guitar for 5 months! They are incredible and feel great. And The price... you better buy a case of them!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Not the Dean Markley's I remember

By Sjmckean

from Virginia

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Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

Crap.
I used to buy DM's years ago, but haven't bought them in a long time. I decided to get these based on price. I top wrap my Les Paul and it took three sets of strings to get a set on my guitar. With the first set, the high E broke at the ball end while tuning. The second set, the B string broke, again at the ball end. After playing for two hours, the G, B, and E started corroding and turning black. I guess I'm back to GHS.
Three sets to get one good set.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good for cheep strings

By Highvoltage_rocknroll

from Undisclosed

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Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

Thease strings have a good rock sound to them, but they rattle a lot. they are good strings if you are looking for somthing cheep, but I would rather have Ernie Ball over thease.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good strings

By thecaptain

from Allentown, PA

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Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

Excellent strings, especially for the price. Very loud, without amplification. Make even the worst guitar sound decent.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great strings!

By Robert Compton

from Florida

Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

I recently broke a string on my Fender, and dreaded the thought of the expense of replacing my strings with the same strings I had on it, so I went to the good guys at Musician's Friend and was amazed at the amount of low-priced strings available. Using the reviews of the string selection, I selected the 2504 LTHB Nickelsteel strings, both because of the reviews and because of their price. I figured at their price, if they were crap, I would not have wasted much money. What a surprise! I had been wasting money all these years on my old strings, because these sound great! No buzzing, great tone, and they stay in tune for a long amount of playing. I know which strings I will be using from now on!I have never been disappointed by Musician's Friend, and this is just one more time they saved me money while providing great quality!
Excellent value for the money.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

BEST Strings Of ALL TIME!

By Jarred Valdez

from Glendale, AZ

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Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

These strings are the GREATEST strings that I have EVER bought. I don't ever plan on switching to a different kind again. These blow Super Slinkies out of the water. They are noticeably thicker, but you get used to it. These strings also eliminated the string buzz my guitar was having. When I plugged into my amp I also noticed a MUCH STRONGER output and crunch. They literally make your guitar louder through an amp. I HIGHLY recommend them to anybody who plays heavily.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

awesome strings

By matt burleson

from spruce pine,nc

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Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

these strings rock!they stay in tune easy and give you that grunge sound.these strings are especially ideal for nirvana fans.kurt used theselight top heavy bottoms.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great

By marshallman800-QOKvU

from pa

Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

great strings. just excellent feel and durability. i love smacking these babies with those megadeth tunes.

 
4.0

Good Blend

By Blueox

from Kalamazoo, MI

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Pros

  • Consistent
  • Good Tone
  • Made In U.S.A.

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Rhythm or Lead

    Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

    I've used 10-46 and 11-52 Dean Markley strings, but this time I went with these 10-52 strings. They are a good blend of both worlds. Depending upon one's playing style, they allow for a strong bass response with very bendable treble tones.

     
    5.0

    My choice of string for 24 years

    By Phil

    from Texas

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    Pros

    • Consistent
    • Good Tone
    • Long Life
    • Strong

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Concerts
      • Practicing
      • Recording

      Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

      Most people like light gauge strings for some reason. I can't stand light strings which lack that beefy gripping low ended of LTHB strings. The feel of them is what really does it for me. Best of both worlds, giving me something to pick on for chunky rhythms, especially for metal, yet they are light for the high strings. I guess I've been using them for so long all other string gauges just feel wrong.

       
      5.0

      I would Buy this Again and Again!

      By Tz

      from Calcutta, India

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      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Perfect Tone
      • Trusted Brand

      Cons

      • Poor Packing

      Best Uses

      • Groovy Or Funk
      • Heavy Riffs
      • Shredding
      • Solos

      Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

      I have been a D'ad user since the day am playing, but now after using Dean Markley i find it to be really Cool. It has undoubtedly better tone quality, it gives a much better performance for sure... If i would highly recommend this guys!

      (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Different Packaging

      By JRH

      from Nutley, NJ

      About Me Professional Musician

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Good Tone

      Cons

      • Poor Packaging

      Best Uses

      • Concerts

      Comments about Dean Markley 2504 LTHB NickelSteel Electric Guitar Strings:

      I,ve been using these strings for many years,but, they changed the packaging inside. No more individual string envelopes. Unless you have a guitar tech working for you, it's going to be a problem changing a string in the middle of sets, in a dark room, when you have to figure out what srting is what. There's a two color code system, 3 strings brass ball, 3 strings purple ball. I might have to find another brand that works for me.

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