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Fender Stainless Bullets 3350L Light Electric Guitar Strings
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Gauges 09-11-16-24-32-42.Fender's choice as the optimal strings on all spring-trem Strats. They get the most out of your electric guitar pickups and ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Bright, solid tone; smooth bendability; and long life.
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These strings on a deluxe Strat didn't do much more than the Super Bullets they replaced except cost more money. They seem to have a bit less tension also, which necessitated a tremolo adjustment. The tone is not all that much of an improvement either. In general I found the whole bullet line to have inconsistencies, such as dead strings and the odd feeling string gauge in a set here and there.
Good strings. Nice Bright tone. It sounds better than nickel, much better. They last a long time too.
I also put them my other guitars as well, They hold up to extreme bending and come back for more. Last a good long time too.
I have bought several sets if these and I am currently on my 8th set of strings. I love these strings because they last so long and sound very bright. A guitar tech that does my setup told me they are almost too bright. Myself I love that bright tone. And they do last a lot longer than regular steel strings. You can play these for 3 to 4 hours per day and change them about once a month. To each his own.
I tried a set out, and so far the results are AMAZING! The thing is I thought they would just be brighter, but really they do a lot more than just that. They have a ridiculously good piano tone when you play unplugged, and once you plug in and max out your overdrive they are stunning. The distorted sound has much more note definition and clarity which really helps during palm mutes, and the string retains part of the piano tone quality when you play open notes. also I think that stainless steel wound strings have less tension, because to me they feel a bit looser and slinkier, which helps on the Zakk Wylde esque pinch harmonics. I seriously think that i'm not gonna go back to nickel wound strings, simply because the sound of stainless steel is so much better, more sustain, better clarity, and less background noise when playing under heavy distortion. They probably will do more damage to nickel frets than regular nickel wound strings, but i have stainless steel frets, so no worries here, and anyway unwound strings are steel anyway and so having the wound strings be stainless steel shouldn't do as much damage as harder plain steel strings.If you are looking for a bright and brilliant string to give you better sound try out a set of these strings, you will be glad you did.
Great all the way around. Longer lasting easy playing, and if you have SCN pick ups these will help brighten them up and bring back some of the treble that the SCN's lose.