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Cleartone Nickel-Plated Light Electric Guitar Strings
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      Cleartone Nickel-Plated Light Electric Guitar Strings (104406939)
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Silky feel, brilliant tone, and incredible string life.

Gauges: 10-13-17-26-36-46

Cleartone Electric Guitar Strings are made of nickel-plated steel over a hex core. A unique treatment called EMP coats the entire string with an ultrathin protective film. It's the thinnest coating ever applied to guitar strings (less than one micron!) and will withstand more abuse from hard strumming than coatings 1000 times thicker! EMP ensures longer string life by protecting strings from corrosion due to skin acidity, salt, and moisture without compromising feel and sound. Made in the USA.

Cleartone Nickel-Plated Light Electric Guitar Strings Features:

  • Thinnest coating ever!
    Dramatically increases string life
    Protects strings from corrosion
    Withstands hard strumming
    American made




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  • best strings

    As reviewed by Johnny Gorny on 11/18/2008

    Some people think any strings will due and they're not that important, but any guitarist worth their salt knows thats not the case. I used to only play DR strings which are great and there are plenty of good strings out there but cleartone strings are by far the best i've ever played. The amazing sound quality you get from them is enough to recruit anyone to their side but add on top of that the long lasting life span and durability of them to it its just a no-brainer. I've had cleartones on one guitar for over a month and put a new set of DR strings on my second guitar and the cleartones still sounded better than the guitar with the brand new set of strigs. Now im not implying that DR strings are bad at all cause they're not but there just aren't any other strings that can compare to cleartone

    6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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  • Easily 2nd best.

    As reviewed by Bryant Seavey on 12/18/2012

    I play really hard. I'm always touring, and I'm always on the go. I need the same strings that can withstand the test of time as well as provide a nice, full tone. I've tried everything from custom strings to ghs boomers, and I gotta say that these are among my top 2. There are several reasons why you should get these. The price is superb for the quality of string. It's almost a steal. If you're upgrading, you'll be pleasantly surprised at how much your tone improves. The coating does not make your tone muddy like the elixirs do, nor does the coating ever flake off. Pair these sets of string with a white mineral oil (Like ghs fast fret), and it doubles the string life about 6-8 months. This saves me a ton of money when I'm on the run. Well worth buying.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • Worth Every Penny!

    As reviewed by LUKAS WIGINGTON on 7/5/2012

    Prior to playing Cleartones, I played GHS and Ernie Ball. Not a thing wrong with the strings, aside from the fact that they wore out incredibly quickly. I used to work as a salesperson at Guitar Center and I've played on almost every string sold at GC. I will only play Cleartones on all of my guitars now. They don't go dead as quickly as your standard DR's or Ernie's, etc. They hold their sound throughout the duration of their life, and you'll notice a drastic change in the tone when they wear out, unlike other strings that lose their tone consistently every time you play. I've had a set of cleartones on since June 13th (today is 7/5) and I've played six shows and had 8 or 9 practices in that time span. The strings still have the same tone as they had the day I put them on. I am also a stickler for maintaining my guitar, and I try to wipe the strings off as much as possible after I play. If you play consistently on stage and find yourself replacing low-end strings every couple weeks, make the investment and purchase the Cleartones. Just as a comparison, three packs of Ernie Ball's last three months if you play for two hours a day. One pack of Cleartones will last that three months and will cost less in the long run than buying three packs of Ball's.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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