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Fender 250JM Super 250 Nickel-Plated Steel Electric Strings - Jazz Medium
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Fender's Super 250's Nickel-Plated Steel (NPS) electric guitar strings combine the high output and dynamic sound of steel with the smooth feel of nic...Click To Read More About This Product
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Fender's Super 250's Nickel-Plated Steel (NPS) electric guitar strings combine the high output and dynamic sound of steel with the smooth feel of nickel; perfect for rock and other styles of music where the guitar needs to cut through.
Fender has been an instrument of choice for many of the greatest musicians since 1946. Fender's popularity through the generations is a result of their design innovations and commitment to quality. These guitar strings reflect this legacy and are worthy of the Fender name. Attention to detail and the finest materials ensure that you will get the best feeling and greatest sounding strings, set after set.
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Comments about Fender 250JM Super 250 Nickel-Plated Steel Electric Strings - Jazz Medium:
I play easy listening,light rock, classic rock, blues,jazz, dance funk, and some country. I use drop tuning. 1 or 2 full steps.I have played pro for over 40 years.In that time, I have used neary every string on the market. These are the only strings I use because they are simply the best. I use them on my Les Paul, my 335, and my strat. They last forever. The tone makes me smile everytime I play, and my guitars never go out of tune.I put a new set on my strat Thursday. I streached them out and tuned up. I played about an hour then went to band practice. It was still in tune. Praticed 3 hours, still in tune. Played the 4 hour show the next day,still in tune. The price is nearly nothing, but I would use them no matter what they cost. You can spend much more money, but you can't buy a better string.