Rotosound R10

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String Set For Guitar

  • Gauges: .010, .013, .017, .026w, .036w, .046w
  • Regular
  • Nickel-plated steel
Available since May 2013
Item number 316118
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Strength of the strings 010 - 046
Strength of the strings 0,010" – 0,046"
Material Nickel
G-String Wound No
£4.99
Including VAT; Excluding £10 shipping
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Price each You save Quantity
£4.99 1
£4.85 2.8% 3
£4.69 6.0% 6
£4.59 8.0% 12
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Affordable and legendary guitar strings
SanderEN 13.04.2020
As a professional guitar player, over the years I've tried an endless amount of different guitar string-brands. I've come to find that the Rotosound electric guitar strings are the ones that have the right balance between fresh sound and longevity and are simply my brand of guitar strings. That being said this, of course, differs from player to player and it all depends on your expectations from your guitar strings. If you're into the British sounding 60s music these are likely to fit you.
Of course, Rotosound make all the standard string-sizes for all the standard string-instruments. I can recommend these to players of all levels and think Rotosound make great guitar strings, plain and simple.
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Great sound but prone to breakage
TrEr 02.07.2021
I love the sound of these strings. They start out pretty bright and zingy but they soon mellow out to a very nice, mid focused tone.

My only complaint is that they seem to be made from more brittle steel than most other strings. They do NOT like to be loosened (like for a setup) and then brought back up to tension. I often experience breakage in situations like that. I guess that's why Rotosound provide an extra high E-string.

I've actually experienced the same with Rotosound BASS stings which strongly suggests that Rotosound use a more brittle type of steel than other string manufacturers. I mean, bass strings should be able to handle being loosened and brought up to tension. With Rotos they often break.

Still, the tone is great and they're cheap. I'll definitely keep using them, at least on SOME of my guitars.
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roto 10's,ok.
strat67 14.03.2022
Ok value for money,more expense gets slightly better,but for distorted guitar sounds more money means diminishing returns.Roto strings seem good enough for money spent.
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10-46 Too much tension for me
Chris2807 26.08.2023
In 10-46 the strings seem tight, and I'm having tuning issues. I'm going back to Ernie Ball slinkies.
I have a feeling that the Rotosounds may be really good in 9-42, which I usually find too light in E.Ball.
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