Ernie Ball 2251

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String Set For Guitar

  • Gauges: 010-013 - 017-026 - 036-046
  • Classic pure nickel - Pure nickel wrap
  • The sound of the sixties
  • A reissue of the custom gauge strings that developed by Ernie Ball according to the wishes of leading guitarists
available since November 2005
Item number 187012
sales unit 1 piece(s)
6,90 €
Including VAT; Excluding 4,80 € shipping
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Yury Phil 18.10.2019
Струны имеют классический мягкий тон.
Использую их на G&L Stratocaster с яркими звукоснимателями, а также на Telecaster со стальными ладами.
Крепкие, не рвутся, долго живут. Меняю в среднем 1 раз в полгода.
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Great vintage sounds
Taborda 19.04.2020
After trying lots of different strings and brand combinations I ended up settling on switching between these and the Regular Slinky.

The pure nickel makes these strings sound warmer, rounder and fuller, less bright than regular strings. To my ears they are great for vintage sounds, which is what I tend to play the most.

They're also well priced, so changing strings regularly won't break the bank.
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Could be better...
AlipAssorg 28.05.2018
I am a guitar player who sweats a LOT, and as such, by the end of a show, no matter how much i clean my guitar, the strings are already starting to feel oxidized, and dirty... so i started using D'Addario Pure Nickel, cause they sound warmer, have a little more tension, and last longer! I was really happy with them, but i've always been a ernie ball fan, so i had to try those. They were dead by the end of the first gig i did with them, wich is even less time than the regular slinkys used to last!!

Maybe i had a bad set and they are better than that... I don't know, but the experience i had was not so good. I'll stick to the D'Addario Pure Nickels.
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Warm tones
Einar B. 08.12.2014
Recommended for guitars with single coils or simply for anyone aiming for a warmer, fuller vintage sound than the brighter nickel/steel alloys that dominate the market. Also try the 8-38 gauge which is brilliant for teles.
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