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Dunlop Super Bright Medium Nickel Wound 7-String Electric Guitar Strings (10-56)  

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Gauges 10 - 56.

Put your tone up front with Dunlop Super Bright Medium Nickel Wound 7-String Electric Guitar Strings. They'e for players who want a bright and punchy sound with crystal clear ... Read More

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Gauges 10 - 56.

Put your tone up front with Dunlop Super Bright Medium Nickel Wound 7-String Electric Guitar Strings. They'e for players who want a bright and punchy sound with crystal clear chords and leads that soar in front of any stage or studio mix. The Super Bright Guitar Strings formula balances fundamental lows with upper order harmonics to create a sound that™s lively and expressive without being harsh or thin.

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MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
All pedals - one year parts and labor warranty.
Trigger capo - one year warranty.
Picks - 30 day warranty.
Straps - 90 day warranty.
Strap locks - one year warranty (must follow instructions).


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DunlopSuper Bright Medium Nickel Wound 7-String Electric Guitar Strings (10-56)
 
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3.0

Package full of "Meh"

By Phillip

from Salem, Oregon

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Comments about Dunlop Super Bright Medium Nickel Wound 7-String Electric Guitar Strings (10-56):

I may not be the best person to review these strings, so bear that in mind as you read, but here goes. I got these to string up my Jackson JS22-7. I am looking for a very tight, solid tone especially on that low B without turning the higher strings into shrill "Ice pick in the ear" sounding notes and chords. On my 6 strings I am a huge fan of the Dean Markley Blue Steels and tried those but was pretty disappointed with them on the 7. After reading the description here these sounded like just the ticket, and when I first strung them up I was hopeful. They settled in quickly and hold tune reasonably well; they should, I am using Planet Waves locking tuners. The tone was indeed a tad brighter than the Dunlop Heavy Cores but within just a few days of play, around 90 minutes a day or so on average, they just sort of faded. The don't lose all their tone, they just settle in to a sort of "Meh" tone. Not bad, just not the tight, punchy, sort of bright tone I am looking for. On the upside the feel is good, the don't gather a bunch of crud and they do not let you get away with sloppy technique, they will squeak pretty readily. Oddly enough though, harmonics do not ring out all that well. Like I said, I can't really describe them as "Bad", but they are wound with an extra dose of "Meh" for my needs. I'll continue the search for "That" tone with other strings.

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3.0

Package full of "Meh"

By Phillip

from Salem, Oregon

Site Member

Comments about Dunlop Super Bright Medium Nickel Wound 7-String Electric Guitar Strings (10-56):

I may not be the best person to review these strings, so bear that in mind as you read, but here goes. I got these to string up my Jackson JS22-7. I am looking for a very tight, solid tone especially on that low B without turning the higher strings into shrill ""Ice pick in the ear"" sounding notes and chords. On my 6 strings I am a huge fan of the Dean Markley Blue Steels and tried those but was pretty disappointed with them on the 7. After reading the description here these sounded like just the ticket, and when I first strung them up I was hopeful. They settled in quickly and hold tune reasonably well; they should, I am using Planet Waves locking tuners. The tone was indeed a tad brighter than the Dunlop Heavy Cores but within just a few days of play, around 90 minutes a day or so on average, they just sort of faded. The don't lose all their tone, they just settle in to a sort of ""Meh"" tone. Not bad, just not the tight, punchy, sort of bright tone I am looking for. On the upside the feel is good, the don't gather a bunch of crud and they do not let you get away with sloppy technique, they will squeak pretty readily. Oddly enough though, harmonics do not ring out all that well. Like I said, I can't really describe them as ""Bad"", but they are wound with an extra dose of ""Meh"" for my needs. I'll continue the search for ""That"" tone with other strings.

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