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Dean Markley 8824 Super V Regular Electric Guitar Strings
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The StringBeginning with an idea suggested by longtime Dean Markley Strings endorser George Lynch, the string winders and designers at Markley have c...Click To Read More About This Product
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Beginning with an idea suggested by longtime Dean Markley Strings endorser George Lynch, the string winders and designers at Markley have come up with a string with a decidedly old school sound—Super V (Super Vintage) Strings. Super V strings utilize a special formula Nickel and Steel alloy, as well as customized core-to-wrap ratios to create a string like no other in the Markley catalog.
Lynch says, "Dean Markley Super-V strings offer a very unique alloy composition with just the right amount of core-to-wrap tension. This unequaled manufacturing process makes a huge difference in how effortlessly we translate our ideas into musical reality."
For players who want more power & punch with a Vintage tone. A special 48% Iron/52% Nickel alloy produces a much stronger magnetic output for electric guitar pickups. The result is a louder output with incredible sustain.
8824 Super V Regular Electric Guitar Strings
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These are some good strings. the package dosen
My last review on these strings did not come through all the way, sorry.anyway, the package dosen't lie about the "vintage" feel and sound. these strings have the best sustain I have heard, and I noticed that the output is slightly better than most strings. they also have that broke-in sound strait out of the package.My only two complaints are 1:they dont last very long, and 2:I don't know if it is just me, but the high e seems to "ring-out" louder than the other strings.Overall, I am going to give these strings a 5, because string life and sound, are a matter of opinion. To me they sound vintage, but I may not know what true vintage sounds like.