I have been using daddario strings for a long time and I think the price/performance ratio ir good. The Pros: light top gives you the oppurtunity to play crispy, funky, bright rhythm parts, easier to play fast parts compared to 010 strings. And guitar still maintains good low end punch, Rock riffs as well as walking bass(if you're playing jazz etc) of course sound better on 46 than 42 The Cons: light top in my opinion is not good for big bluesy solos ala Stevie Ray Vaughan, 009 doesnt have the body and richness of sound. To sum up, this is a good stringset if you play different music with a single guitar.
D'Addario strings have been my go-to brand for many years, because they provide the right tone and longevity without breaking the bank. I have always oscillated between .009 and .010 sets, but this hybrid set provides the ease of playing the top strings for those endless solos, while giving a bit more grunt on the low strings.
The main downside to D-Addario's strings is that they coil the strings together in pairs, so E/A, D/G, B/E. They apparently do this to make it easier to count the strings in the factory so you definitely get six in a pack! All well and good, but if you have to replace a broken strings at a gig, it becomes troublesome to uncoil two strings, select the one you want and then put the other one back!
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