Dunlop DHCN1048 Heavy Core Guitar Strings, Heavy, .010-.048, 6 Strings/Set

December 29, 2019 - Comment

Dunlop Heavy Core electric guitar strings are made with great pride in Benicia, California and specially designed for the player that plays in dropped or lowered tunings. Our Heavy Core strings incorporate a unique core wire and proprietary wrap ratios to offer players the ability to really “dig in” while retaining a tight low end,

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Dunlop Heavy Core electric guitar strings are made with great pride in Benicia, California and specially designed for the player that plays in dropped or lowered tunings. Our Heavy Core strings incorporate a unique core wire and proprietary wrap ratios to offer players the ability to really “dig in” while retaining a tight low end, focused midrange and smooth top-end when playing clean or distorted. Gauges: .010, .013, .017, .028, .038, .048

Product Features

  • Designed for dropped and lowered tunings
  • Quick attack
  • Defined low end

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great Strings…Excellent for Rock/Metal. This is my review of both the the 10-48 and the 11-50 sets.I originally started with the 10-48 and was very satisfied with them. They installed as easily as any other strings I’ve used and really didn’t take any longer or less time to settle in as far as stretching/staying in tune.The overall sound is clear and defined..nice and punchy as well. I’ve only used them so far on a Warmoth custom build..(Swamp ash body Pau Ferro neck with Bare Knuckle Juggernauts and a Wilkinson…

Anonymous says:

Massive tone and great performance without massive strings For context, I’ll start with this: I have these strings on a hardtail Ibanez RG, 25.5 inch scale, Duncan Nazgul/Sentient pickups drop-C tuning.Not gonna lie, these strings felt weird at first. They reminded me of the .12 guage Boomers I played for a while. They both have similar fat tone and similar feel at the pick. However, the Heavy Core strings have great clarity and feel great under my fretting fingers. They allow a nice, low action and behave pretty much like .10s at normal E…

Anonymous says:

Overweight guy here I thought to myself…hmm what could possibly be more earthquake inspiring than my rather rotund self.stomping around the stage like a wounded elephant? That noise coupled with the heaviest tones I have heard outta my good old les paul since the last time I was playing and got stuck by lightning. The year was 1998 and I remember it like yesterday. Mankind was thrown from he’ll in a cell where he plummeted to his death through an announcers table. That being said these strings feel great and…

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