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Cleartone Electric Guitar Strings

How to Choose the Right Strings for Your Electric Guitar
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    Cleartone Nickel-Plated Light Electric Guitar Strings
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    Cleartone Nickel-Plated Light Gauge Treated Electric Guitar Strings (2-Pack)
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    Cleartone Monster Heavy Series Nickel-Plated Drop D Electric Guitar Strings
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    Cleartone Monster Heavy Series Drop D Nickel-Plated Strings (2-Pack)
Cleartone understands that guitarists depend on high-quality strings to sound their very best during stage or studio performances. To keep you playing longer between change, they are dedicated to providing the very best endurance in their designs. That's why Cleartone electric guitar strings are the #1 treated strings in the industry. Since they're protected with an exceptionally thin treatment, these strings sound exceptionally bright and clear while having three to five times the lifespan of untreated strings.

Based in Burbank, California, Cleartone offers US-manufactured strings all over the world. They are corrosion and flake-resistant no matter how hard you play, and can even give your guitar a volume boost - something you won't get from a traditional coating. No wonder they're the string of choice for such well-known artists as Andy Cole of Static X, Bill Hudson of Cellador, Dave Mustaine of Megadeth, and Dan Spitz of Anthrax.

Regardless of your level of expertise or how often you play, it's a good idea to keep a set of Cleartone strings in your gig bag at all times. Their popular line of nickel-plated light and medium strings offers clear, vibrant tone and exceptional playability. An ultrathin EMP (Enhanced Molecular Protection) treatment protects against skin acidy, salt and moisture with no impact on sound quality and no "slippery" feeling. If you're a tried-and-true metal head, take a look at their Monster Heavy Series. They have all the same features of the light and medium strings, but can handle the extra tension you need for heavier playing; some are individually geared for A, C or D tuning. You're sure to get the longest life possible with these perfectly-named "Monster" strings.

Cleartone gets right to the point by saying, "Changing strings sucks, but your tone shouldn't." After all, no musician enjoys swapping out their strings. It's an inevitable part of life since strings are such a vital component of your guitar, though, so give your axe the treatment it deserves with Cleartone.
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