Ernie Ball Paradigm Regular Slinky 10-46

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String set for electric guitar

  • Nickel plated steel
  • Strings: 010 - 013 - 017 - 026 - 036 - 046
  • Legendary 'slinky' sound
  • All the benefits of a coated string without affecting tone and sustain
  • No peeling
  • Plasma treated wound wire for increased corrosion resistance and durability
  • Everlast Nano treatment for unparalleled repellency against oils, sweat and dirt
  • Up to 37% more stretchable than conventional strings
  • Up to 70% less fatigue than conventional strings: new wire drawing process and RPS technology guarantee no fatigue
available since May 2017
Item number 411098
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Strength of the strings 010 - 046
Strength of the strings 0,010" – 0,046"
Material Nickel Plated Steel
£13.50
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Agréablement surpris
Stef19 02.04.2022
Alors, c'est la première fois que je les prends
déjà l'emballage 200% hermétique ce qui est un excellent point
Quand j'ai pris la corde de Mi grave en main, j'ai fait waouwww , en sent la douceur, la bonne glisse rien que de la tenir entre les doigts
Son impeccable, tenue d'accord impeccable , je n'ai pas du les étirées 20 fois.
Reste a voir la durée de vie
j'ai toujours utilisé principalement des Elixir
maintenant Ernie ball Paradigm va t'il changer la donne, A VOIR !
les moins = le prix un peu haut, mais peut être justifier ?
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These feel just like Regular Ernie Ball Slinkys....but wait!
80 Proof Mojo (Band) 23.08.2018
I was a bit sceptical when I first tried these, (On a S/B Gibson Les Paul Standard) and by pure chance had recently fitted standard Slinkys to my spare Les Paul, so I had a chance to evaluate their performance with an easy A/B comparison.

I rarely break strings, and in fact hadn't done so for about 5 years, but recently broke two strings (standard Slinkys) within the same song at a Festival gig, and it was a one off when I didn't have a spare in standard tuning, only my open G slide guitar, but that's another story.

The Paradigm won't guarantee they won't break, but they do say they last longer.
I bought my first set about 18 months ago, and my band plays about 3 or 4 gigs a month, rehearsing about the same, plus me playing at home. the standard Slinkys would last at best a month (I'm not Slash or the Edge who change them every night). With the Paradigm I am getting at least double that lifespan. the longest I've had them on my main guitars without noticing any detriment to the tone was about 10 weeks. To my ears they don't sound any different to regular Slinkys, they don't feel especially different, they just last longer.
Price wise? One pack works out just slightly cheaper than 3 regular packs, without the hassle of having to change them so often, so it's really "Swings and Roundabouts". Give them a go. You might be surprised.
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Just simple the best
James Bum 23.03.2022
been using since 2019 and they never let me down. Advice for the young at heart and for the dinossaurs out there: buy these and use them, they will become favourites.
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Iosif Ignat 10.03.2020
I felt a little much tension in comparison with regular slinky. The sound, durability is great!!
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