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Elixir Electric Guitar Strings

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Elixir has long been a name that musicians trust whether they are out on the road, gigging locally, or just playing and practicing at home. If you want to make sure your electric guitar sounds it absolute best, you'll love having a set of Elixir's on your instrument.

The first thing you need to know about Elixir strings is that they are made with pride in the USA. That means when you strum these Elixirs, you're strumming strings of incredible quality. What helps these strings stand out is their patented fluoropolymer coating. This coating helps to reduce the accumulation of debris and corrosion on the string, as well as skin oils, which in turn extends the life of your strings as well as the quality of their tone. With big names such as Gus G. (guitarist for Ozzy Osborne), Wayne "Wing" Sermon of Imagine Dragons, and Neale Heywood all trusting the sound of their electric guitars to Elixir strings, you know that they mean business. That's why it is completely understandable that you'd want to grab a couple packs of these strings for yourself.

But which ones are right for you? Well, that is a matter of personal preference. If you're not sure exactly what you're looking for, you might be best served by checking out our best sellers such as the Light Nanoweb Electric Guitar Strings. If you'd rather something even lighter, maybe try the Super Light Polyweb Electric Guitar Strings. Conversely, if you want a heavier option, maybe try out the Nanoweb Electric Medium Strings or the Nanoweb Heavy Electric Guitar Strings. And, of course, if you want a blend, have a look at the Light Top/Heavy Bottom Nanoweb Electric Guitar Strings.

As mentioned earlier, there's no right or wrong set of strings for your guitar, just the ones that sound best to you. With this in mind, don't be afraid to explore Elixir's many different options to find the one that truly works for you. Once you do, you'll wonder how you spent so much time strumming any other string.