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Dean Markley 2555 Blue Steel Heavy Electric Guitar Strings  

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Great tone and extended life!

Gauges 12-15-26-34-44-54.

It's simply amazing what a little -320° liquid nitrogen can do to a guitar string. Put a set of Dean Markley Blue Steel heavy strings on your electric guitar and hear what all the excitement is about. Twice the tone and twice the life.


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Dean Markley2555 Blue Steel Heavy Electric Guitar Strings
 
4.5

(based on 8 reviews)

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5.0

Make the coolest sounds

By Tim Kellogg

from Augusta, Kansas

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Extremely Expressive
  • Good Tone
  • Strong

Cons

  • A Little Pricey

Best Uses

  • Backup
  • Concerts
  • Making Beautiful Music
  • Practicing

Comments about Dean Markley 2555 Blue Steel Heavy Electric Guitar Strings:

If you want a thick, full, vibrant, supremely expressive/reactive tone, you must give these a try

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5.0

Outstanding

By OleJazzer964

from Oklahoma

Comments about Dean Markley 2555 Blue Steel Heavy Electric Guitar Strings:

I have been playing for 44 years. I always use a wound third. I do not have any problems bending the string a half step or more and never have. They sound great. If you want a fat tone, get a fat string. If you want a tiny little tone, get a tiny little string.

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5.0

Great HEAVY strings

By TragedyInNumbers

from Tampa, FL

Comments about Dean Markley 2555 Blue Steel Heavy Electric Guitar Strings:

I play metal and the DM Blue Steel heavy strings are great! Some people have complained that the 3rd string (G string if standard) is wound. Please keep in mind THESE ARE HEAVY GAUGE STRINGS! If you don't want the G string wound, get a lighter gauge. Overall, these strings are perfect for metal.

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5.0

THICK @$$ STRINGS

By VEGIAN

from Oz.

Comments about Dean Markley 2555 Blue Steel Heavy Electric Guitar Strings:

These strings are really hard to bend even in drop c. These will give you fingers of steel if you practice a lot with them. Very chunky, great low end! Perfect set for me.

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5.0

As Strong As Steel!

By Fenderman822

from Greenville, KY

Comments about Dean Markley 2555 Blue Steel Heavy Electric Guitar Strings:

I went down to my local music store, needed to replace the crappy stock strings on my new PRS Soapbar 2, previously I used D'Addario's and that's all I would use. Ernie Balls break easy and sound thin, GHS are just HORRIBLE, and I thought DR were good, but not for my style. I bought these pair of strings and turned my amp on, IT was great the strings filled out a nice full round low end the mids were crisp, and the highs were round just as I like, they stay in tune wonderfully , haven't broke, and just provide the tone I need. Try these strings!

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1.0

G string is WOUND!!!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Dean Markley 2555 Blue Steel Heavy Electric Guitar Strings:

The G string is wound and very thick.This makes it difficult to bend it even a half step, and practically impossible to bend it more than that.Don't buy these unless you NEVER bend the G string!!

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5.0

I have not found anything better yet!

Comments about Dean Markley 2555 Blue Steel Heavy Electric Guitar Strings:

I own an Epiphone Les Paul Plus, and the bridge is really sharp. Somebody that used to build guitars, told me that I ought to sand down the bridge to get rid of the sharper edges. I play between one to two hours a day, sometimes up to four, and I used to break about 5 strings a week, which isn't so great for my small wallet. After sanding the bridge down just a little, I put some of these strings on. They lasted a lot longer! I was playing around on my electric guitar and jamming with my brother, I was amazed at how crazy I could play and not break anything!

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5.0

Satans minion

By smokedopeworshipsatan

from Darke County, Ohio

Comments about Dean Markley 2555 Blue Steel Heavy Electric Guitar Strings:

i bought a pair of these before i went into the recording studio...and i'm glad that i did. They have the tone and bright bite you can feel in your chest. they keep their tone a week or two longer than most "extended life" strings in their price rangei run an Ibanez sz320 in drop b with these, a 5150, and a marshall 1960 lead 4x12...with monster cables all around...i have found the icing on the metal cake

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