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Slinky electric strings that are ideal for drop tuning.
Make history and compelling music with these flatwound bass strings when you depend on Fender.
Slinky Round Wound series bass guitar strings- regular (50-105) gauge
Nickel Wound series of electric guitar strings. Super Light Plus gauge .0095-.044. Bright and long-lasting...
Quality from technology - computer-controlled windings, laser micrometer inspection, and closed-loop tension...
<br />Gauges 10-14-23-30-39-47.
Quality from technology—computer-controlled windings, laser micrometer inspection, and closed-loop tension...
Fatter, deeper, and smoother--the Marcus Miller Fat Beams.
D'Addario roundwound EXL160TP Twin-Pack Bass Guitar Strings have a nickel-plated steel wrap and produce...
<br />David Gilmour's connection with GHS' Boomer series electric guitar strings goes back to 1979, when he...
Brighter, dynamic sound with lots of clarity.
Long-lasting strings with warm, clear tone and a smooth, tactile feel.
These strings produce distinct, bright tone.
Martin Marquis Acoustic Guitar Strings are specifically designed to give you excellent tone, clarity, and...
Fatter, deeper, and smoother, Fat Beams are the string of choice for the one-and-only Marcus Miller. Gauges...
There's one thing that every stringed instrument around the world has in common. That is, obviously, that they all require a full set of strings to play them to their full potential. That said, every instrument has a wide variety of strings available, each impacting the way your instrument sounds. Choosing the right strings for your instrument can go a long way in helping you discover your perfect tone. With so many strings available here, you might think finding your strings might be a bit of a tricky process. To be honest, nothing could be further from the truth! Most musicians love checking out different strings; mixing and matching in that quest for the perfect sound. So step up, have a look around and before you know it, you'll be ready to play. First thing's first, what kind of instrument are you playing? In this section you'll find strings for electric guitars and basses, as well as acoustic guitars and basses, banjos, autoharps, mandolins, ukuleles, dulcimers, orchestral instruments and more. Checking out the proper subcategory for you can remove all the strings you won't need and allow you to focus on your top options.Next, you may way want to sort the strings available by brand. All the biggest names in the music industry are available in this section, including D'Addario, Ernie Ball, DR, GHS, Fender, Dean Markley Elixir, and plenty of others. If you have a very specific brand of strings that you want to play, you'll certainly have no issue finding them here. As stated earlier, the right strings for you are going to come down to personal preference. Everything available here is of great quality, so you can rest assured you're getting the best. If you're not entirely sure which set of strings is perfect for you, the simply solution is to try out a few different kinds until you make your choice. After all, strings always need to be changed eventually, so there's really no harm in experimenting. So now's the time! Make your choice, tune up, and get ready for your instrument to sound as fresh as the first time you played it.