I've been experimenting with strings for a while now. For years I've mostly been a fan of GHS Boomers because they always felt like a nice middle ground between Ernie Ball's and D'addario's. These were actually more of a curiosity buy just because they were so cheap and because of that my expectations were a little low. What a surprise these were! They feel stiffer than the Boomers (but still slinkier than the D'addario's) and that took some getting used to but as a trade off my guitar holds tuning a lot better. The clarity and brightness is what surprised me the most, and with a wipe down after playing the life has been pretty impressive as well. I've gone from being sceptical to completely sold on them, no more messing about jumping between brands. These are my new go to strings. At this price they're worth at least trying out and you really can't go wrong.
I have been using Roto Blues @ 10-52 for years, partly because they are affordable and partly for the extra 1st string But I fancied a change after hearing good things about these Dean Markley LTHB. I'm suprised at how bright they sound and for how long they stay bright, my previous brand would stay bright for a couple of hours playing maximum, but I've now had these Markleys on 2 guitars and each has had around 6 or 7 hours playtime, and they are still sounding fresh! Sure I don't get a spare 1st string, but I don't break many as I'm a reasonably light touch on the guitar and the price Thomann does these string for makes it affordable to just buy another few sets! They seem to be decent at keeping tune too, no better or worse than the other brand I've been using, so that's another good point. I can see myself using these in the far distant future, especially if the price stays as keen as it is now!
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