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Kerly Music Sinister Strings Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings Light  

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Regular, light-gauge strings with heavy duty treatment.

Kerly Sinister Strings are nickel wound, regular, light-gauge strings seasoned between -320F and +350F for 24 hours to reduce the micro-cracks that cause tonal loss and premature breakage. Thanks to the repetitive HOT/COLD tempering process, the micro-cracks close up, preventing the buildup of dirt and corrosion. Strength, sound, and string life are enhanced. Set of 6 guitar strings.


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Sinister Strings Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings Light Specifications:

  • Regular, Light-gauge 10-13-17-30-42-52
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Kerly MusicSinister Strings Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings Light
 
5.0

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5.0

Very well balanced and very good tension

By jose camacho

from Nor-Cal

Comments about Kerly Music Sinister Strings Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings Light:

I really like these strings alot they got good tension and a well balanced sound. Chords ring out very clear and smooth not muddy or gurbled. I play in drop C# and and have been using Daddario 12-58's for along time just so I could get the tension I wanted they just never sounded clear and were way too bright for me. But these 10-52's are awesome i dont like to big a strings and these are good for drop tunings. I tuned to drop B just to see how stable they are and still acceptable tension and good sound. So these are my strings from now on but as someone stated in another review I think they do need to come down in price to be competitive, if they do that i think they will be a cut above the rest.

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