Elixir Electric Guitar Strings (19052)

September 1, 2019 - Comment

Elixir Electric Nickel Plated Steel Strings with OPTIWEB Coating give you the performance of a natural string — that crisp tone, natural feel and playable grip you know and love—without sacrificing the signature long-lasting tone life of Elixir Strings. Product Features Electric guitar strings constructed with nickel-plated steel wrap wire Played for the same crisp

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Elixir Electric Nickel Plated Steel Strings with OPTIWEB Coating give you the performance of a natural string — that crisp tone, natural feel and playable grip you know and love—without sacrificing the signature long-lasting tone life of Elixir Strings.

Product Features

  • Electric guitar strings constructed with nickel-plated steel wrap wire
  • Played for the same crisp tone as an uncoated string
  • OPTIWEB Coating provides a natural feel
  • Our coating technology protects against common corrosion and debris buildup, extending tone life longer than any other brand’s coated or uncoated strings (Elixir Strings player survey)
  • Anti-Rust Plating on plain steel strings ensures longer tone life for the entire set

Comments

Anonymous says:

Seemingly Worthy Successor to the Nanoweb Line, Better-Sounding and Slightly Better Feeling Cool, I get to be the first person to write a very public review of Elixir’s new series of electric-guitar focused strings. While I don’t really follow guitar media anymore (been a while since I received magazines and such), the fact that even an Elixir-only player was TOTALLY unaware of these coming out made me extra-intrigued by them.They showed up while I was attempting to order my usual strings, the Medium (.11 – .49) Nanoweb series, and at first just confused; since when were…

Anonymous says:

I hate these strings. A good friend swears by them and emphatically said they’d work perfect for my strat, Les Paul or SG. I hadn’t changed the heavy guage strings on my Gibson SG 61 RI for a long time so put them there. Big mistake. They took all the “balls” out of that guitar and don’t feel any lighter. The richness is gone. It sounds like a shrill Fender and not in a good way. Now, I love Fender’s and maybe it would work on one of my strats or tele’s but it just doesn’t work for my SG. The warmth, richness and…

Anonymous says:

Best Strings on the Market, IMHO I love these strings. I have an acidic body PH which can be really corrosive on regular guitar strings as well as the guitar hardware. I’ve struggled all my life with the issue trying every trick in the book to try to keep the strings from corroding and rusting. A few years ago I started using Elixir strings on my acoustic guitars, because we all know that acoustic strings start to loose their tone within days of being installed, and I have been very happy with the extended life span. I…

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