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GHS GBUL Boomers Ultra Light Electric Guitar Strings 

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Gauges: .008, .011, .014, .22, .30, .38. GHS has made the highest-quality strings since 1964. The choice of numerous guitar greats....Click To Read More About This Product

Available 03-06-2017

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Round-wound nickel-plated steel delivers the perfect sound for all your guitar explosions.

Gauges: .008, .011, .014, .22, .30, .38.

GHS has made the highest-quality strings since 1964. The choice of numerous guitar greats.


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GHSGBUL Boomers Ultra Light Electric Guitar Strings
 
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5.0

GHS Boomers~The best strings I have ever used

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Comments about GHS GBUL Boomers Ultra Light Electric Guitar Strings:

I'm not a very opinionated person, and unlike any other reviewers I don't want to confuse you and make you not purchase any products but I do have say that GHS Boomers are the best strings I have used so far. At first, I used Ernie Ball for about two years. These strings were great out of the package, but after a week or two they begin to deteriorate and fast. By another week they look black and rusty and you feel like changing your strings again. That's why I usually purchased a 5-pack deal of Ernie Ball string. After that my faith in Ernie Ball outgrew. I wanted to switch and try other strings. My next choice were Dean Markley Blue Steel strings. Being thoroughly convinced that they last a long time I didn't have a problem with them, three weeks later they broke on me during practice. Now I wanted to be different and try out different strings, but D'Addario were the most used and everyone that used them said they were the best, these were the hotshots. I gave in and purchased the D'Addario XL's... But I learned a lesson. Don't listen to what everyone says. The experience I had with D'Addario's was not a good one. They didn't stay in tune, I had to constantly keep them in tune, and one day my E-string was way out of tune when I went to tune it broke, bye-bye, nice to know you D'Addario!!! I then had to turn to my last hope. GHS Boomers, I hoped these strings were good, but I was wrong! They were better than I expected. Out of the strings I have tried these were the best, they last a long time and don't deteriorate within a week, none have broken on me, and they all stay in tune fine! GHS are the best. I know I'm not switching!!!!

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