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Plain Electric Guitar Strings

How to Choose the Right Strings for Your Electric Guitar
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    Rogue P10 Bulk 12 Pack 010 Plain Steel Electric Guitar Strings
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    D'Addario PL010-5 Strings
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    Rogue P9 Bulk 12 Pack 009 Plain Steel Electric Guitar Strings
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    Rogue P12 Bulk 12 Pack 012 Plain Steel Electric Guitar Strings
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    Rogue P17 Bulk 12 Pack 017 Plain Steel Electric Guitar Strings
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    Rogue P16 Bulk 12 Pack 016 Plain Steel Electric Guitar Strings
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    Rogue P18 Bulk 12 Pack 018 Plain Steel Electric Guitar Strings
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Changing guitar strings is as much a part of life for a guitarist as learning fingering techniques. In fact, the more you play, the more often you'll need to swap 'em - because it's the pressure, flexing and vibration of being played that wears them out in the first place. So whether you're an educator struggling to keep a whole classroom in strings, a prolific artists playing nightly gigs, or a hobby guitarist practicing on the weekends, you'll always need string changes - the only difference is how often. And because the plain electric guitar strings are the most likely to need changing, this section is a great place to get started when the time comes, or if you're preparing for it in advance.

Is your outlook on strings "the more, the merrier"? If so, you should probably start with a look at what Rogue has to offer. Their strings are bundled in packs of 12, ranging in gauge from the Rogue P8 Bulk 12 Pack 008 Plain Steel Electric Guitar Strings to the Rogue P22 Bulk 12 Pack 022 Plain Steel Electric Guitar Strings. For guitar teachers and entire bands, they definitely make it easy to stock up! But maybe 12 strings would be overkill - that's okay too. With smaller packages like the D'Addario PL010-5 Strings pack, you can dial things down a little to get a more modest string count that's better-suited to an individual guitarist or an ensemble that doesn't need changes quite so often.

Sometimes there's just no telling when you might need to replace one of your plain electric guitar strings - so having a few extras in your guitar case is pretty much standard practice in the guitar community. The nice thing about the selection here is that you can buy in your preferred amount of bulk, and specifically the gauges that you need most. Which means that you can set yourself up to never have to worry about snapped strings again, because you can always have a spare ready to take over.
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