M MAKA 20-Pack Economy Single Electric Guitar Strings Bulk
.010 Guage As Light, 20 Individual Packaged Economy High E Strings For Electric Guitar, Good Su, Great Choice For Replacing The Broken High E String Without Spending Money For A Whole Set, Nickel Plain
What We Like
- Equipped with stretchable material that makes it comfortable to use
- Comes in a Nickel finish that offers a comfortable grip
- Made of high-quality material that makes it long-lasting
- may deliver moderate sound
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What buyers say about M MAKA 20-Pack Economy Single Electric Guitar Strings Bulk
The strings are spot on and individually sealed, which is not the case with the really expensive ones.
The 1st E- string on my guitar is snapping, so I decided to buy a whole set of E- strings, and not just take out the E- string.
On behalf of all the people that break their E string, thank you, these strings are great. I don't care that they aren't name brand.
I snapped my first string but these are really good and I can't tell if its the same as my last ones.
I have been to this store before, and I am most likely going to visit again. I was surprised at how well packaged the strings were, especially since they were individually wrapped.
Is it possible to say.009 for E and.012 for B if you use a higher gauge?
Yes. The set of strings has a.009 for E and a.011 for B.
What kind of strings are they made of?
I break them often, once every two weeks, and the 09 I have from the same brand breaks even more.
What size would an acoustic guitar need for a high e string?
It depends on the sound you want and the action you prefer, even though I think the average steel string acoustic with "light gage strings" is.010 in.
What strings do you need for the squier?
You can use extra light, light, medium or the heavy set, depending on how hard you want to play.
Is the string made of bronze, or cheaper metal? Seems like a lot of the other brands of Chinese strings are stainless steel.
I don't know, but it works well on my guitar.