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Dean Markley Blue Steel LT 2034 Acoustic Guitar Strings (.011-.052)
- Put a set of Dean Markley Blue Steel strings on your acoustic guitar and hear what all the excitement is about.
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It's simply amazing what a little -320-Degree liquid nitrogen can do to a guitar string. Put a set of Dean Markley Blue Steel strings on your acoustic guitar and hear what all the excitement is about. Twice the tone and twice the life.
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- Blue Steel Cryogenic Activated Acoustic Guitar Strings
- Model: 2034
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Blue Steel Acoustic Guitar Strings
Think of everything you wish for from your strings. Brilliant, richly resonant and responsive tone. A sound that packs a punch and stands up in the mix. A great feel. A string that lasts. No need to consult a genie. Just pick up a pack of Blue Steel strings.
Crafted of 92 percent Copper and 8 percent Zinc, Blue Steel acoustic strings are cryogenically frozen with a blast of liquid nitrogen which gives them these special, if not magical qualities. By freezing our strings down to -320ºF, we tighten the molecules, minimizing microscopic gaps. This process removes transient frequencies that produce harsh highs and muddy lows, creating a more consistent string, with true tone and longer life. It’s our dream to make strings that help you fulfill yours.
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Since I purchased it on July 2017, there is no option on the app to return or replacement. For this $6 add-on item, I really hate to go back and forth with amazon customer service via email, my time is worth more than $6.
Not a happy camper here ... bad quality control ..getting the correct strings is so crucial .. not sure how they could messed this up? won’t buy this brand of Guitar strings again :( .. I will go to local music store to get String #2 for B.... probably cost $1 and hopefully it will sound acceptable with the set. In the future. I just stick with other brands I used before . A lesson for me..
If you have a vice grip for your chord hand and like to wail on your strums, then these are for you. They are very bright sounding.
If you finger pick and rely on even volume from all your stings, not so much.
For some reason the d string is louder than the rest. And if you hate string squeek, you will hate these.
Not for me
I bought these elevens a few days ago started playing them. All I can say is that I think that I have finally hit pay dirt. These strings are well made and comfortable to play - no soreness in my fingers, despite playing them for 5-6 hours so far.They hold tune very well, unlike some higher end strings that seem to stretch for weeks after installation. The highs are nice and bright, but not too twangy. The bottom is full and not too muddy. No buzzes. Harmonics are spot on.
I cannot say that they will work the same for every kind of guitar, but for mine, they are great. I would recommend anyone trying them on any acoustic guitar. Heck, for the money, you can't go wrong.