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Ernie Ball 2627 Beefy Slinky

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String set for electric guitars

  • Gauges: 011 - 015 - 022p - 030 - 042 - 054
  • Nickel-plated steel
  • Bright treble
  • Rich bass
  • Ideal for alternate tuning
Gauge 011 - 054
Strength of the strings 0,011"–0,054"
Material Nickel Plated Steel
G-String Wound No
Item number 187020
6,90 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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My go-to set of strings
C M S 24.04.2021
Lately I've been finding myself ordering a pack of Beefy Slinkys with every guitar I get. They've become my go-to set of strings over the last couple of years. They're cheap, yet hold their own in the string world.
Granted, they're a little treble-heavy, but even over time as the strings stretch and your oils dampen the string a bit it becomes less of a problem, although at that point it's time to get new strings. However, that's just a minor nuisance that can be remedied through EQ.
The Beefy Slinkys are also versatile tuning-wise. I've had them in all kinds of tunings, from E standard to C# standard and drop B. Below C# standard they do start to get a little loose though, so I'd go with a set of 12s below that. It's tougher to do bends on the higher notes in E standard but it's a good workout for my fingers!

Overall, if you're looking for a good and cheap set of strings that aren't too tough to play but aren't too flimsy, the Ernie Ball Beefy Slinky is the way to go, in my opinion!
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Daily driver
Bill Bourantas 15.04.2021
I use these strings to play low tuned metal with my ST-style guitar. They are most comfortable with a C# standard tuning, but can easily do C standard, Drop C and Drop B. They sound awesome! However, this set is in desperate need of a 22w 3rd string. Also, the sound starts getting dull after a month or so, but this is probably normal for non-coated strings.
All in all, it's a great set for a reasonable price and my personal daily driver for low tunings. Just make sure you replace the 22p string with a wound one!
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Unbeatable
Recaster Guitar Workshop 06.08.2021
As a lone tech in my own workshop I will fit whatever strings my customer wants. But if they ask me, It's usually Ernie Balls I recommend. The range is extensive and the quality, at the price point is fantastic. I've yet to have an EB unwind at the ball end or snap at the tuner when installing theses strings. Once they're stretched in, they hold their tune for ages.
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Perfect for the Jazzmaster
guitar_den 08.06.2017
I just ordered the Ernie Ball 2627 Beefy Slinky for my Fender Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster. I always had some problems with fret buzz, even the buzzstop couldn?t help. After some research I found out that I need some more ?beefier? strings in order to stop a Jazzmasters? fret buzz. And the Ernie Ball Beefy Slinky really helped in that case. All of the fret buzz is gone now. I?m used to play Ernie Ball Super Slinky or Regular Slinky so I?m really glad that I didn?t need to use 012-gauge. The quality and the of the strings is really good as you can expect from Ernie Ball. They stay in tune perfectly and are really durable. I?ve got them for about half a year on my Jazzmaster and I can?t complain about the sound. As far as my jazzmaster is concerned, I will always use the Beefy Slinky.
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