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DR Strings Tite-Fit MT-10 Medium-Tite Nickel Plated Electric Guitar Strings

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Tite-Fit round-wound nickel-plated electric guitar strings from DR are designed to be great all-around strings. They are available in a wide range of gauges. Based upon a round core, the construction ... Read More

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Overview

Tite-Fit round-wound nickel-plated electric guitar strings from DR are designed to be great all-around strings. They are available in a wide range of gauges. Based upon a round core, the construction techniques for DR Tite-Fit electrics are venerable. However, the core wire and wrap wire in DR's are the latest, most advanced, and expensive metals available. For flexibility, for tone, for long life; for rock, blues, heavy metal, jazz. Tite-Fits are an incredible all-around string.

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

Features
  • Gauges 10-13-17-26-36-46.
  • Roundwound nickel-plated strings
  • Round core wrapped with advanced metals
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MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
Defective string replacement.


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4.3

(based on 12 reviews)

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Great Strings

I'd gone through several sets of regular Fender strings, they always seemed to get real slack, they'd hold tune, somewhat. So I went back to my roots and got DR's Medium gauge...Read complete review

I'd gone through several sets of regular Fender strings, they always seemed to get real slack, they'd hold tune, somewhat. So I went back to my roots and got DR's Medium gauge tite-fit. I'm upset i didn't do it earlier. Its nice having a string that stays where you put it when you bend and slip up or out on you. they have great sound and tone, and just ring and sing as long as you hold it. the heavier guage will take getting used to as you will have to build your finger strength. But find me a great guitar player that doesn't have strong fingers.

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Not Impressed. Keep Breaking

I went through two sets of these after my friend recommended them to me and boasted about how amazing they were. I had been using Ernie Ball Slinky sets and was still a fairly...Read complete review

I went through two sets of these after my friend recommended them to me and boasted about how amazing they were. I had been using Ernie Ball Slinky sets and was still a fairly new player at the time, so I was trying to discover my sound. I put these strings on my Epiphone G-400. Tonally, the strings were pretty responsive and could really sing. However, I didn't like the fact that I had to crimp the wound strings due to the round core wire. It's just extra work, and I hate restringing as it is. Another problem: String breakage. Out of all the string brands I've tried, none of them have been as prone to breaking as DRs. Good tone shouldn't come at the cost of weak strings. Ernie Balls not only cost less, but their overall quality has been superior so far. Sorry, DR.

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2.0

Not Impressed. Keep Breaking

By Ryan Alvidres-Ivie

from San Diego, CA

I went through two sets of these after my friend recommended them to me and boasted about how amazing they were. I had been using Ernie Ball Slinky sets and was still a fairly new player at the time, so I was trying to discover my sound. I put these strings on my Epiphone G-400. Tonally, the strings were pretty responsive and could really sing. However, I didn't like the fact that I had to crimp the wound strings due to the round core wire. It's just extra work, and I hate restringing as it is. Another problem: String breakage. Out of all the string brands I've tried, none of them have been as prone to breaking as DRs. Good tone shouldn't come at the cost of weak strings. Ernie Balls not only cost less, but their overall quality has been superior so far. Sorry, DR.

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2.0

They break...a lot

By Chris Murphy

from San Diego, CA

First time ever using DR strings. Always used Ernie Ball, just wanted to try something different. I bought several packs. Never had so many strings break in practice ever. First went the high E. Then the B. Then the G. Then the D. Then back to the B. This was over the course of 3-4 practice, lost a string each practice, two one night. Never happened to me before. The band is like..."what's up?" Maybe I got bad batch or something, but bye bye DR's, not throwing good money after bad. Ernie Ball, sorry I doubted you.

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5.0

DR > EB

By Derek

from Sacramento, CA

I just restrung my Epiphone Les Paul Special I with these strings after buying them two days ago because i wanted to try something other than Ernie Ball which was my favorite brand up until now. Besides EB, I've tried D'Addario, GHS, Dunlop and SIT but none of those strings are as good as these DR strings. These strings don;t take very long to stretch out and break in, they feel great and they sound even better. They bend pretty easy but they're also not flimsy which is a very good thing for my type of playing. I don't think I'll ever use any other type of strings besides DR from now on, plus these were my first pack on DR's and they certainly have become my favorite over Ernie Ball.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

One word.. CREAMY !!

By Neal

from Tempe, AZ

Big props to DR for these babies.. Was using EB Regular Slinky's before on my Epi Les Paul Standard and, not that I did't like those (because I did) but these are way better.. All I have is an Epi 15W amp, but with these, you get a big creamy sound and they're spot on with distortion.. Try 'em out, you're bound to like them.. And as an added note, Trey Anastasio from Phish uses these exact same strings.. Not that I or you or probably anyone else can play like him or get his sound, but I can certainly see why he uses them..

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5.0

Awesome set of strings

By dude

from somewhere

My guitar came stock with 9-42 gauge strings when i bought it but then i upgraded to these DR 10-46 electric guitar strings. These strings definitly have killer tone. My old low e string was very dull and boring but when i got these strings that string in particular was very bright and warm and so were all the other strings. I would recommend these strings to anyone who plays anything, these strings are all around awesome strings. you can play anything on these strings and you get awesome sound.

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5.0

best strings ever

By metalShredder101

from Westland,MI

i got these strings about 2 months ago, and they are still playing like new, i gotta say they are better and last longer than GHS because by this time with GHS they were already worn out, also they have a great tone on any guitar and are good for about any type of music, i play metal, and every time, its a nice good tone, so go out and buy these right away!

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Strings

By RiffShredder

from Medford, Or

I'd gone through several sets of regular Fender strings, they always seemed to get real slack, they'd hold tune, somewhat. So I went back to my roots and got DR's Medium gauge tite-fit. I'm upset i didn't do it earlier. Its nice having a string that stays where you put it when you bend and slip up or out on you. they have great sound and tone, and just ring and sing as long as you hold it. the heavier guage will take getting used to as you will have to build your finger strength. But find me a great guitar player that doesn't have strong fingers.

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(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

There OK

By satchvai94

from sac, CA

I got these strings because I wanted to try a different string than I had before. When I put them om they seemed to be Ok. Most nickle plated strings are very smooth and slippery, these were smooth but they didnt stay smooth for very long. They do not withstand rust very well, my strings were rusy in 3 days. they are no tthe best strings.

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(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

best strings ever

By Anonymous

from chicago, IL

i needed some new strings and i got them because the guy at the store recommended them. as soon as i put them on, they felt good and for some reason gave my sucky peavey rage sound like a $3000 marshall stack i had played right before i got them! I use an epiphone sg and i got the greatest tone i could imagine and also the best strings

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(1 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Not one of my favorites

By GibSG61

from Nebraska

The thought of all that metal being compressed to a string with a light gauge enticed me. People say they are really good for bending. But when I put them on my Gibson Nighthawk, it just doesn't seem comfortable. It never really got into the feel of the strings, and it just didn't stay in tune. It wasn't a good light bend, it was harder, and just, well uncomfortable. I suggest you use Fender strings, or Gibson strings. Elixer strings (with Nanoweb) are also really high on my list. But if you're curious about this string, then by all means try it out.

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