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Dean Markley 2556 Blue Steel Gauge Electric Guitar Strings   

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

It's simply amazing what a little -320 liquid nitrogen can do to a guitar string. Put a set of Dean Markley Blue Steel strings on your electric guitar and hear what all the excitement is about. Twice the tone and twice the life.


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Dean Markley2556 Blue Steel Gauge Electric Guitar Strings
 
5.0

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5.0

Excellent strings that feel great and sound good

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from Washington, DC

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Comments about Dean Markley 2556 Blue Steel Gauge Electric Guitar Strings:

These strings feel great and have just the right amount of "attack." I've played on about 5 different types of strings so far and I find the Blue Steel strings to be the best. I bought the regular size (REG 10-46 {.010-.046}), which truly is about the average size of stock strings on a new guitar, Normally they're easy to fret. The strings come packaged in a fool-proof, small box with each individual string inside a paper envelope labeled "1st - E" through "6th - E" I'm definitely going to keep a supply of Blue Steel strings in my studio from now on.

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5.0

Blue Steel-Keep your cool

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from West Palm Beach, Florida

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Comments about Dean Markley 2556 Blue Steel Gauge Electric Guitar Strings:

I have used these strings for quite a while. I've tried countless others but as far as I'm concerned, these strings are worth the price and they last pretty long. Ernie Ball's rust way too fast and D'addario's break easily. One close competitor, for Blue Steel's, may be GHS Boomers. The Boomer's lasted pretty long and sound great, but The Blue Steel's just straight up sounded better and just had better tone. Blue Steel strings are what's on my guitar right now. That's what's going to be on them for the rest of my life, I guess.

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5.0

Excellent strings that feel great and sound good

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from Washington, DC

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Comments about Dean Markley 2556 Blue Steel Gauge Electric Guitar Strings:

These strings feel great and have just the right amount of "attack." I've played on about 5 different types of strings so far and I find the Blue Steel strings to be the best. I bought the regular size (REG 10-46 {.010-.046}), which truly is about the average size of stock strings on a new guitar, Normally they're easy to fret. The strings come packaged in a fool-proof, small box with each individual string inside a paper envelope labeled "1st - E" through "6th - E" I'm definitely going to keep a supply of Blue Steel strings in my studio from now on.

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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Blue Steel-Keep your cool

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from West Palm Beach, Florida

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Comments about Dean Markley 2556 Blue Steel Gauge Electric Guitar Strings:

I have used these strings for quite a while. I've tried countless others but as far as I'm concerned, these strings are worth the price and they last pretty long. Ernie Ball's rust way too fast and D'addario's break easily. One close competitor, for Blue Steel's, may be GHS Boomers. The Boomer's lasted pretty long and sound great, but The Blue Steel's just straight up sounded better and just had better tone. Blue Steel strings are what's on my guitar right now. That's what's going to be on them for the rest of my life, I guess.

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