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Fender 150TR Original Pure Nickel Light Ball End Electric Guitar Strings
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Gauges 10-13-15-26-32-38.Fender's been making strings nearly as long as they've been building guitars, and they've got it down. The Original 150s del...Read More
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Fender's been making strings nearly as long as they've been building guitars, and they've got it down. The Original 150s deliver the warm, full tone found only in pure nickel strings.
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I've been using these strings for 40 years. I sometimes have been tempted to try others, but I always come back to these. These are the original Fender "Rock & Roll" strings. Good enough for Hendrix, good enough for me.
I've been using coated strings for years because you dont have to change them as often. However, after trying these strings I found that my strat sounded clearer, had better dynamics, strings were easier to bend and my playing improved, mainly from easier bends and the inspirational quality of hearing better tone come out of my amp. These are great strings. I'm ordering some more, and am switching from the other strings.
These are the perfect strings for my stratocaster. They're great for anything... perfect tone... perfect pitch. I have never had a break at the bridge end of the string. I use a Fender Standard Strat with a Fender tube amp. Now I may be byast towards Fender but go with these strings!!!
The sizes in the TR set provide the most even signal from the single-coil pickups on my old Tele...I use standard tuning and a fairly light touch. They also last a good long time.I use them on my Starfire IV, too, with a slide.
This is the same set of strings that I've been using on electric guitars since the mid '70s. Fender Nickel strings 10-38. Whenever I get a new guitar, it always come with something else, and that'll usually do just fine, but the guitar never comes to life until I set it up to use these. I can play OK with the wrong set of strings on a guitar, but something just isn't right until I have MY set on thereWe always used to just call them Fender Rock & Rolls.Many people however prefer heavier lower strings, so these aren't always an easy strings for me to buy locally.Pete