I use these strings as backup solution on my LP and Strat. I used to play Ernie Ball and sometimes D'Addario, but as soon as I tried Pyramid I decided to stick with them. These -the blue package- have a great virtue above other Pyramids: price. I mean, they cost nothing. But honestly I prefer other Pyramid models which cost way more. So these ones are my splendid spare wheel.
Sound: nice, balanced, classic. Very versatile, nice sustain, good intonation as well. In a scale in which 0 is dark and 10 is bright these end up like 4. Good for rock, blues, nothing too extreme on both sides (not the best for jazz, absolutely not good for metal stuff).
Quality: When you open the blue package you don't feel that luxury thrill you could experience with other brands. The outfit is spartan, straight to the point. The strings are not sealed, they're just placed into the paper envelope. Anyway, the durability and reliability of the strings is really good, better than lots of other very popular strings.
Overall Rating: try these strings, for God's sake.
I use these strings on a Telecaster model. I bought the guitar with .009 set of strings on it, but to me the stock strings felt kinda wobbly on it. This .010 set is just right and produces a nice wiry feel under my finger tips. It feels more like a acoustic guitar to me which is very comfortable yet still easy enough to allow bending. The tone is fat and warm with enough hights to shimmer nicely in the band mix. The set will stay in tune after five minutes of playing when your guitar provides good tuners. The strings lasts for about four to five weeks of playing. After that period the strings slowly begin to develop a rough surface which is not comfortable to slide on any more.
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