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"There's no better way to revitalize your guitar or bass than with a brand new set of strings. And when you choose your strings carefully, they'll last long enough that you can enjoy that like-new tone and feel even longer before it's time to swap again. Designed to give you incredible tone and longevity, SIT strings will get you through countless gigs while being as much of a joy to play months down the road as they are on day one. SIT's secret is their advanced winding process, which allows them to create strings that have impressive volume and consistency. The attention to detail doesn't end there, either: from end to end, an SIT string is meticulously made with lots of emphasis on nailing the sound they're designed to provide. On top of that, you won't have to worry about the condition of your strings when they arrive, because SIT ships them in moisture-resistant packaging to keep them in prime condition until they arrive at your door. The right string for a guitarist or bassist is definitely a subjective thing: everyone has their own preferences, and no two artists are the same. Fortunately, SIT's selection offers plenty to choose from so you should have no trouble finding a perfect set for you. Whether you're an electric guitarist looking for the powerful tone of nickel-wound strings or an acoustic strummer who swears by the classic phosphor bronze, you'll find it here. One of SIT's most popular options is the S946 Rock n Roll Power Wound string set, which is a fantastic choice for bringing maximum brilliance out of your instrument. Countless guitarists take the stage with SIT strings on their guitars, including bluesman Mick Hayes and the Stone Temple Pilots' Dean DeLeo. When you put a set of these high-end American-made strings on your own instrument, you'll know that you're ready to take your playing to the next level, whether you're a seasoned pro or an eager beginner."