Fender 3250H Nickel-Plated Steel Bullet-End Electric Strings - Heavy  

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Super Bullets Nickel-Plated Steel (NPS) guitar strings combine the high output and dynamic sound of steel with the smooth feel of nickel. They're perfect... Read More

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423263: Gauges: 12-16-24w-32-42-52.

Super Bullets Nickel-Plated Steel (NPS) guitar strings combine the high output and dynamic sound of steel with the smooth feel of nickel. They're perfect for rock and other styles of music where the guitar needs to cut through. Fender's patented bullet-end creates a sonic coupling between the string and bridge block, for rock-solid tuning, stability, and increased sustain.

Fender has been an instrument of choice for many of the greatest musicians since 1946. Fender's popularity through the generations is a result of their design innovations and commitment to quality. These guitar strings reflect this legacy and are worthy of the Fender name. Attention to detail and the finest materials ensure that you will get the best feeling and greatest sounding electric guitar strings, set after set.

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Fender3250H Nickel-Plated Steel Bullet-End Electric Strings - Heavy
 
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# 12 Heavy String on a Stratocaster

By Gregory J Thomson

from Willinton, CT

Comments about Fender 3250H Nickel-Plated Steel Bullet-End Electric Strings - Heavy:

Being an admirer of the late Stevie Ray Vaughan�ۡ���s sound, with its deep bass and throaty midrange, I took my Fender Stratocaster and threw in some Texas Special pickups and threaded these number 12 strings on it. I was concerned about my ability to bend string a step and a half with babies on, but, it is not so bad. Plus, Stevie typically tuned down a half step, which, helps loosen the strings a bit. Moreover, I knew Stevie�ۡ���s sound was in his fingers, but, I did get closer to the sound I was looking for. I do recommend trying these heavy strings if you are looking for that extra punch from your Strat. Gregory J Thomson

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