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Daddario EXL110-10P

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String Set

  • For electric guitar
  • Nickel-plated steel
  • Bright, clear sound
  • Gauges: 010-013-017-w026-w036-w046
  • Pack includes: 10 Sets
Strength of the strings 010 - 046
Strength of the strings 0,010"–0,046"
Material Nickel Plated Steel
G-String Wound No
Item number 111441
48 €
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My strings of choice
WonkyWabbit 18.04.2020
I've used D'Addario XL strings for many years now. I've tried other brands, but keep coming back to these. They suit me, and for me, they last a long time.

My only moan is that I've now had quite a few 0.010"s E strings unwrap at the ball end, which is something D'Addario need to look into remedying. But I've also had the same thing happen on Ernie Ball strings as well. It may simply be an occasional batch production problem, but when you buy a pack of 10 that have come from the same batch, and at least 50% of the E strings come undone, it is rather frustrating.

I've now taken to soldering the wraps on my high Es, which cures the problem, but it is a bit of a pain to keep doing each time.
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Can't beat Daddario
Vertically compliant 19.12.2020
When it comes to roundwound strings, Daddarios are my go-tos. They sound great, they last a long time and the prices are just great. I've never had any issues with poor quality using them.

The only thing I'm not crazy about is the colored ends on the strings, but I can live with that and it's not like you normally even see them. I'd also like to see the more rare sets (e.g. sets with a wound G) available as a 10-pack.
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D'Addario for life!
Anonymous 27.02.2017
I've been playing guitar for over 30 years now and whilst my first ever pack of strings was a set of D'Addario, I tried other brands over the years, but always came back to D'Addario.

I like the colour-coded ball end - it adds some funkiness to the bridge (or on the tuners on my guitar with Floyd Rose as I string the ball end first). Also, the coloured ball ends makes it easier for beginners to identify which string goes where.

The anti-corrosion packaging is a great feature, especially if you usually have a couple of 10-pack boxes that may time some time to get through.

The durability and tone retention is fine - if I play daily or do a couple of prac sessions plus a gig, I would have to replace them after 3-4 playing sessions, however if playing 2-3 times/week then I can keep them up to 6-8 weeks as long as the strings are cleaned with a cloth after each play.

The only time I every break strings is when re-stringing and pulling on the higher strings whilst tuning, but that's just my superhuman strength pushing them beyond their physical limit.

Don't really have anything negative to say about D'Addario strings - even the price tag is good!
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Best cost benefit...
Falcon_guitar 11.04.2016
Daddarios EXL110 are the best cost benefit in the market.
Packaging: They come freshly sealed agains corrosion from the factory in a plastic bag so no matter how long you take to open them, they will be there, intact. Other brands put their strings in some paper envelopes and if you take too long to use them, you?re gonna have a big surprise!
For beginners: They are very easy to assemble because the ball ends are identified by colours so it?s impossible to put a string in the wrong saddle/tuner.
Quality: They sound as it should, specially for metal, not so bright and not so dull. The durability is like any other string in the market made of nickel. Most people that complains about corrosion never cleans their fretboards or wash their hands before playing so it?s not a string fault.
For practising or lessons situation, they will become very dull in about 3-4 weeks but who wants a string in their guitar longer than that? It?s better changing your strings with more frequency because the moisture from your hands stick to the fretboard, pass to the strings, cause corrosion and start to sand your frets making them unlevelled.
Of course, for recording, if you play some style of music that requires brighter strings and with higher output, go for another model or brand but think in your pocket since you have to change your strings daily on a studio and on every gig.
Durability: They never broke in my hands, even playing death metal and abusing the floyd rose.
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