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Ernie Ball Hybrid Slinky Electric Guitar Strings - EB2222

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by James Headfield on 9/27/2011

I've been using these strings for 7 years now. I sometimes will switch to a regular set of 9s or 10s, EB Slinkies, of course, but eventually find myself coming back to these. They are the best of both world's for me. Light gauge treble strings for lead and solo work, and heavier bottom for rhythm work. Being the only guitarist in a metal band can be demanding, and these strings allow me to meet those demands very well.

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Ernie Ball Hybrid Slinky Electric Strings are a perfect match for those who like the ability to combine the combination of Super and Regular Slinkys. These strings are precision manufactured to the highest standards and most exacting specifications to ensure consistency, optimum performance, and long life. Hybrid Slinky wound strings are made from nickel plated steel wire wrapped around a hex shaped steel core wire. ???The plain strings are made of specially tempered tin plated high carbon steel; producing a well balanced tone for your guitar. Gauges .009 .011 .016 .026 .036 .046

Specifications

Manufacturer Ernie Ball
Mfg Part# EB2222
SKU 210440867
UPC 749699122227
UPC 14 00749699122227
Features
Ernie Ball Hybrid Slinky Electric Strings are a combination of Super and Regular Slinkys
Plain strings are made of specially tempered tin plated high carbon steel
Precision manufactured to the highest standards
Wound strings are made from nickel plated steel wire wrapped around tin plated hex shaped steel core wire
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Long time user by James Headfield on Sep 27, 2011

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