These have been my strings of choice for some years now.
All of my guitars are practically 25.5" and these strings go on any that are tuned standard.
They feel light, but they have just enough firmness when doing bends to stop you where you should stop. I find them very easy to play.
I've went through a lot of guitar strings from multiple manufacturers, but these strings tuned to standard on a pretty standard guitar are were I feel most at home at.
I do go through them faster than I'd like to, but the feel and the sound more than make up for that. You can't have 'em all, but for me, the feel is the most important thing, followed sound; and these feel and sound great!
Been using GHS GBXL Boomers for years. I switched to these many years ago after taking in a guitar to the store I purchased it from to have the action professionally set up. After getting my guitar back and playing it at home for awhile, I went back to the store to ask what strings the tech had installed because I really liked them. GHS Boomers .009-.042. In trying out two other gauges of GHS Boomers since, I find Boomers to be the best value for the money. My personal preference in gauge is .009-.042. Provided I wipe my GBXL's down with a bandana after each session, they retain flexibility and quality of tone for a good long time. As a comparison with at least one other brand, . While the initial tone and ring was superb, they didn't last anywhere near as long as GHS Boomers.
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