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Fender 350R Stainless Regular Ball End Electric Guitar Strings
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Gauges 10-13-17-26-36-46.Feeling the need to be heard? Fender stainless 350s could be the answer! Stainless 350s are the highest output strings Fende...Click To Read More About This Product
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Built for hard rockin'!
Feeling the need to be heard? Fender stainless 350s could be the answer! Stainless 350s are the highest output strings Fender makes. The pure stainless steel wrap has a high resistance to oil, acid, and sweat for long life and bright, brilliant tone. These strings are made of the same material as the bridge sections on the American Series guitars. Now that's tough!
Give 'em a try, you'll never look back!
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Have been using these string for about 1 year now. Started with 9"s then went to 10's. Both are very good workmanship,TONE,and last forever. Other string I've used over the years seem to rust,some faster than others. Try a set of these and you won't be sorry! Have been playing over 30 years.
I have used these for decades. I even put them on my acoustic resonator.Sound good and last a long time. But there hard to find in local shops.So I ordered several sets. After about 6-8 months I opened a new pack and foundThat the plan strings were rusted in spots some so bad they broke in 2.I opened 4 more packs to find the same thing. The packs were still sealed and unbroken.The 10s, 13s, &17s packing says Plain steel bullet end acoustic/ electricThe 26s, 36s, & 46s packing says stainless steel round wound bullet end.I never paid attention to it before. So I don?t know if they were packed wrong.If the plan strings are Plan Steel I never had them give me a problem before.I would like to use them again because they sound real good and last.But you need to find a fresh pack and strings don?t have a best used before date.I?m currently using Elixir nanoweb They sound good but the Fender stainless seamto have more drive sustain and a little fatter tone. I also play bass that?s were I first got turned onTo using Stainless SteelIf this didn't happin I would have rated them all 5s
I have had these strings for about six months and these strings are still perfect. I play them hours a day. I have put them through heck and a half and they still have the same perfect tone as when I got them. I have bent the strings all the way off the neck and they didn't break. I don't think you can break them. They stay in tune better than any other strings ive ever used. These are the only strings im using from now on.