D’Addario EPN22 Pure Nickel Electric Guitar Strings, Jazz Medium, 13-56

March 8, 2020 - Comment

D’Addario XL Pure Nickel strings look back to the ’50s, when nickel was the primary alloy found in electric guitar strings. Into the ’60s, these pure nickel strings would be supplanted when guitarists required brighter tone and enhanced magnetic properties/characteristic of the D’Addario XL nickelplated steel string line, Pure Nickel delivers classic, warmer timbres that

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D’Addario XL Pure Nickel strings look back to the ’50s, when nickel was the primary alloy found in electric guitar strings. Into the ’60s, these pure nickel strings would be supplanted when guitarists required brighter tone and enhanced magnetic properties/characteristic of the D’Addario XL nickelplated steel string line, Pure Nickel delivers classic, warmer timbres that define many genres including blues, classic rock, rockabilly, and more.

Product Features

  • Jazz Medium gauge
  • Pure Nickel wrap wire delivers a warmer, vintage electric guitar tone
  • Corrosion resistant packaging for strings that are always fresh
  • Made in the U.S.A. for the highest quality and performance
  • String Gauges: Plain Steel .013, .017, Nickel Wound .026, .036, .046, .056

Comments

Anonymous says:

TONE I have played guitar for 45 years and now own 3 electric guitars.This may sound like many other guitarist I have tried many different brands and types I like flat wounds,but I must admit 11-48 pure nickle are suited for more types of music in my ears.Nickle is still the purer of tone through out a set ,and mellower needs flat wounds..If one only plays chords try flats if you strum or play finger style or lead nickle is king ….

Anonymous says:

Fine Strings. I usually use .12 gauge flatwounds on my archtop guitars. But I was requested to play a rock tune in a drop down tuning and they were flapping around a bit. I have one guitar I don’t play that much so I outfitted it with these .13’s. The extra weight means the tuning stays strong and stable. I always buy this brand. Some jazzers opt for more esoteric and expensive marques but after nearly 35 years in the business, I can’t say they sound or feel any better than these. Being pure nickel too,…

Anonymous says:

Sweet tone, very supple I’ve been playing professionally for over 30 years. Somehow I never tried pure nickel strings (I’ve been a devoted EXL115 user for twenty years; nickel wound steel). I put these EPN115s on a Goldtop and was blown away. Gorgeous tone without the treble bite I usually have to roll off electronically. They are sweet strings. Not sure how they compare to other brands, but D’addario has never let me down. Mostly I’m saying if you’ve never tried pure nickel, try it.

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