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Artist ELST1052 Electric Guitar Strings 10-52

The Artist ELST1052 are similar to our standard Electric Guitar nickel strings, but have a slightly lower bottom end. Perfect for any style of music, and optimal for down-tuning to Drop-D or D-Standard, these affordable nickel strings will make it easy to give your guitar a fresh pair of strings and make your instrument sound as good as possible. The strings have been individually sealed to ensure the string-changing process is as easy as possible.

The Tech Features

Brand: Artist

Model: ELST1052

Material: Nickel Wound

Gauges: .010, .013, .017, .032, .042, .052

Packaging: Individually Sealed


No. of Sets: Twelve

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By: on 13 May 2024
great products

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Value or what!

By: on 9 June 2014
For the price these strings are unbeatable. I am privileged in playing 4-5 times a week and change my strings weekly, just because these strings are cheap they shouldn't be written off. I suggest try a set and see what you think. Artist even give free postage!!!! I have tried most makes of strings over the years and yes more expensive strings, the ones that are hand wound by tibetan virgins at midnight and then delicately packaged at midight under a full moon MAY sound better and MAY last longer but then sound is subjective isn't it? I personally see myself using these from now on.

Value or what!

By: on 9 June 2014
For the price these strings are unbeatable. I am privileged in playing 4-5 times a week and change my strings weekly, just because these strings are cheap they shouldn't be written off. I suggest try a set and see what you think. Artist even give free postage!!!! I have tried most makes of strings over the years and yes more expensive strings, the ones that are hand wound by tibetan virgins at midnight and then delicately packaged at midight under a full moon MAY sound better and MAY last longer but then sound is subjective isn't it? I personally see myself using these from now on.

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