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Fast and smooth with black precoated wire.
DR Neon Strings are made from Nickel Plated Steel, in super bright colors that are designed to sound clear,...
DR Strings Dimebag Darrell Hi-Voltage strings are made for a long life of extreme playing! Gauges 10-52....
Gauges 13-17-26-34-45-56. Wonderful sustain. Flexible.
String Gauges: 10-14-18-32-44-56 <br />Alexi Laiho Electric Guitar Strings have an ultra-thin coating with...
Drop-down tuning bass guitar strings that go right into tune and lock in.
Drop-down tuning guitar strings that go right into tune and lock in.
Lo-Rider bass strings are made with a round stainless steel wire wrapped around a hexagonal core. Their...
Fat bottom and great sustain!
DR Tite-Fit strings are made slowly with a nickel-plated steel wrap around a round core for a flexible string...
Bright, edgy shredders.
Gauges 10-46. Nickel-plated steel. The Dimebag Darrell signature Hi-Voltage electric guitar strings stay in...
Gauges 45-65-80-100. Roundwound and constructed upon a round core. Highly flexible. Musically bright without...
There's a simple idea behind DR strings: that there's no substitute for quality. In fact, creating high-quality strings is so important to DR that they make them by hand. There's something simply different about hand-wound strings compared to machine-wound ones, and it can really come through in your sound. DR knows that, which is why they've stuck to their roots and continue to make strings that will give you every ounce of the much sought-after hand-wound tone.
Although the DR difference is something you can hear in their sound, you can get an idea of them even before you've listened to them firsthand. All you need to do is turn to the list of artists who use DR strings regularly. Take Sting and U2's Adam Clayton, for example. Or, how about Muse, Coheed & Cambria and Vampire Weekend? With musicians at this level trusting their tone to DR, you know in advance that they're following through on their commitment to quality.
In DR's lineup, you'll find plenty of strings for electric and acoustic guitars - not to mention bass guitars, which may even be what they're best known for. It's not hard to understand why that is: the heavier gauges and overall bigger size of bass strings show the benefits of hand-winding even more prominently than guitar strings. Something else that sets DR apart is their Hi-Def NEON series. Made with a UV-reactive coating, these strings literally shine onstage. And, naturally, they're every bit as well-made as any of DR's strings, promising a much longer lifespan thanks to the protection their coating provides.
One more thing you might want to think about is DR's selection of signature strings. These are perfect choices when you want to follow in the footsteps of an iconic guitarist. For rocking like Dimebag Darrell, or grooving on the bass like Bootsy Collins or Marcus Miller, DR signature strings are the way to go.
There's no doubt that DR strings set the standard when it comes to quality and tone - and you don't have to be a pro to play them, either. All over the world, beginners and guitar veterans alike swear by the results they get when they play with DR, so if you're serious about your sound, you've come to the right place.