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Ernie Ball 2721 Cobalt Regular Slinky Electric Guitar Strings - 3 Pack
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Ernie Ball 2721 Cobalt Regular Slinky Electric Guitar Strings are a new spin on Ernie Ball's best selling set of strings which have been played by th...Read More
Ernie Ball 2721 Cobalt Regular Slinky Electric Guitar Strings are a new spin on Ernie Ball's best selling set of strings which have been played by the likes of Eric Clapton, John Mayer, Steve Vai and many more. The Cobalt Series is clearly an improvement on its classic nickel-wound counterpart giving the player increased sustain, clarity and output. In addition, they resist sweat and moisture better and have unmatched flexibility when compared to other nickel wound strings.
"Ernie Ball Cobalt Strings sound and feel better than anything I've ever played! You have to check these out!" - Slash.
"Cobalt Strings feel incredibly silky under my fingers and deliver more punch, output, and clarity than normal strings!" - John Petrucci.
All Ernie Ball strings are precision manufactured to the highest standards and the most exacting specs to assure consistency, optimum performance and long life. Made in the USA.
Play like a pro with these revamped classics now in a 3-pack.
Start hearing and feeling the Cobalt difference today. Order now!
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Comments about Ernie Ball 2721 Cobalt Regular Slinky Electric Guitar Strings - 3 Pack:
I found these on sale and thought I would give them a try. The first 2 things that I noticed were 1. the cobalt strings have a looser "slinkier" feel that the regular slinkies. 2. the wound strings are a LOT coarser feeling not allowing your fingers to glide as easily across them as the regular slinkies. What I did NOT notice was and more "output and clarity" as advertised. After using these on stage I noticed that these strings seem to corrode a lot faster than most other strings. So in my opinion these strings cost twice as much and deliver half of the performance, I will be going back to the old faithful Regular Slinky.