AmazonBasics Electric Guitar Strings – Light, Nickel Round Wound

March 11, 2020 - Comment

An Amazon Brand Product Features Plain, light, electric guitar strings offer easier playability (compared to heavier-weight strings); ideal for beginners and lead guitar solos Made of plated steel with nickel-alloy winding for a bright tone that sounds slightly more mellow (compared to pure steel strings); nickel-plated ball end Popular roundwound style for a traditional feel

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(as of April 20, 2020 5:33 am ADT - Details)

An Amazon Brand

Product Features

  • Plain, light, electric guitar strings offer easier playability (compared to heavier-weight strings); ideal for beginners and lead guitar solos
  • Made of plated steel with nickel-alloy winding for a bright tone that sounds slightly more mellow (compared to pure steel strings); nickel-plated ball end
  • Popular roundwound style for a traditional feel with a ridged texture; delivers a brighter tone, longer sustain, and better grip for finger picking and bending
  • Created using automatic winding machines to ensure consistent quality and dependable performance
  • Measures 4.3 by 0.4 by 4.3 inches; backed by an AmazonBasics 1-year limited warranty

Comments

Anonymous says:

Sloppily made and packed These strings arrived in, curiously enough, a CD envelope. Inside the envelope were six strings, some packed in clear plastic envelopes, and some popping out of envelopes. Closer examination revealed that the strings were, when compared with strings from the companies I usually buy from, sloppily made, especially at the end windings. Some were very loose, and looked as if the eyelet might easily pop out. Wound strings were very sloppily finished- see the photos, where I show one next to a…

Anonymous says:

Sound ok but feel cheap These look and feel like cheap guitar strings. They aren’t color coded to indicate what string they are. They are wrapped in individual plastic bags that show what string they are, but I prefer them in a single bag and color coded. (When did Amazon ever use one bag when they could use six, so I guess this should be expected).They sound ok, but they’re brand new strings, they should sound ok. And they didn’t break while getting put on, so they aren’t bad strings. I’m sure they’d work…

Anonymous says:

Decent strings Not a bad choice for the price. They are not the highest quality, but I’ve had no issues with them so far and the tone is ok. I’ll probably pay a few bucks more next time though and get better strings.

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