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You’ve practiced the songs a million times, you’ve memorized the set list, and your band is ready to hit the stage. As people stare and wait with anticipation, your drummer counts into the first song, and with one quick swipe at your instrument, "snap" goes a string! It’s a feeling that every guitarist dreads, but the chances of it happening can be greatly reduced if you go with GHS Guitar Strings. Whether you’re an electric or an acoustic player, GHS remains a leader in the instrument string world because of their strong durability, as well as the powerful tone they produce. With so many options to choose from when picking strings, the choices can easily overwhelm a learning guitarist. If you’re not sure where to turn, you can be rest assured that players of all levels count on GHS Guitar Strings for great sound and long lasting playability.

To really get a bang for your buck, the GHS Boomers Extra Light Electric Guitar String package is a 10 set deal consisting of gauges 9, 11, 16, 24, 32, and 42. These amazing strings are designed for numerous genres including rock, country, blues, pop and metal. GHS Boomer strings come highly rated thanks to their bright, long-lasting tone. Another popular choice is the GHS WBL White Bronze Light Acoustic-Electric Guitar String. Providing a long tone life and extra-bright sound, these magnetically active strings work amazingly well on both acoustic and electric guitars.

When looking at strings, a few questions should definitely be raised. Strings come in many different gauges, with each size crafted specifically for different styles and playing ability, so it’s best to ask yourself things like what kind of guitar you’re playing, and what type of music you’d like to play. For example, metal players like to go with thicker gauges because they produce a thick tone. However, lighter gauges are easier to fret, making them an ideal choice for younger players with smaller hands. In the end, just remember that GHS is a world leader in guitar strings, and will surely provide you with the long lasting quality you deserve, at a more than affordable price.