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Fender Standard Tension Electric Guitar Strings
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Fender Standard Tension Electric Guitar Strings are specially designed to allow for a looser, more relaxed feel with increased tuning stability for g...Click To Read More About This Product
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Fender Standard Tension Electric Guitar Strings are specially designed to allow for a looser, more relaxed feel with increased tuning stability for guitarists who like to bend and shred. These quality nickel-plated steel strings were designed based on their interaction with electric guitars, and offer musicians a set of strings that match their own preferences. Gauges 09-42.
- Loose, relaxed feel
- Increased tuning stability
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I have tried several different Strings and haven't found "ANY" other than "FENDER" You're hearing me talking here don't you, I said ANY, that can outperform them. I won't trust anything else on any of my Strats or Telecasters.A little common sense will make these or any strings last alot longer too. Just get into a habit of washing your hands before playing your guitar and your strings will last 5 times longer.You won't get all that oil and grease from your hands built up on your guitar strings which causes them to go dead over time. You know what they say about an ounce of prevention!
I bought the Fender Standard tension strings to try something new and different on my Fender American Stratocaster (played through a Peavey Delta Blues 210). The novelty sounded interesting; however, I am greatly disappointed. I?m glad I had an extra set of D?addario EXL110?s to put back on after I tried out the Fender strings.Here is my critique of the Fender Standard Tension Electric Guitar Strings:1. The strings were rusty right out of the new box.2. The "relaxed feel" created very annoying fret buzz. I assumed replacing 10's with 10's wouldn't need a new guitar set-up, but I guess I was wrong. 3. I had to re-tune excessively over the course of 2 hours of practice (much more than the normal new string break-in).4. The sound was thin and weak. It was equivalent to a much smaller gauge string. Save your money and buy strings from a company that specializes in strings, but also save your money and buy a Fender Stratocaster to put them on. Fender, your guitars are excellent, but you should stick to guitars!
I didnt buy these strings from musicians friend but at a local music store. They sound awful and the 4 lower strings buzz if you play them hard. Unless you play super soft, you will not be happy with these strings. (they sound like acoustic strings)
I've been playing for 37 years and these are the Holy Grail of strings for me. I don't know how Fender did it. I've always noticed differences in tension b/t strings but never quite understood it. I still don't understand it but these are incredible. I love the lower tension strings and NOTHING comes close to these. I'm switching all my guitars to them.